FootballGiants Sign Safety Jeromy Miles by Guest July 15, 2015 The Giants have signed free agent safety Jeromy Miles to a one-year contract, the team announced Wednesday.The former Raven had a quiet offseason, having some talks with Baltimore early on before ultimately landing with the Giants. That Miles went unsigned this long is somewhat surprising. Miles received a positive grade from Pro Football Focus in 2014, ranking seventh among free agent safeties.Miles played in all 16 games for the Ravens last year, accumulating 26 tackles, one interception, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery while serving as the team’s third safety.The Giants announced that they have signed free agent safety Jeromy Miles, formerly of the Ravens (Photo: AP).Despite being signed this late in the offseason, Miles should have a good shot at making an impact in 2015. Not only does he have experience playing under new Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo (who was the Ravens’ defensive backs coach last year), but the Giants also had a need for another safety.Last year’s top two safeties, Antrel Rolle and Stevie Brown, departed in free agency, and third safety Quintin Demps remains a free agent. It leaves second-round rookie Landon Collins and second-year Nat Berhe in line to start. Behind them are Cooper Taylor, who missed last season with a foot injury, Bennett Jackson, who is converting to safety after starting his career as a cornerback and Mykkele Thompson, a rookie fifth-rounder out of Texas.Miles has 67 games of professional experience. The rest of the Giants’ safeties have just 26.Collins, the No. 33 overall pick, seems to be a lock to start at strong safety, but Miles could push Berhe for free safety duties. Even if he doesn’t win the starting job, Miles should still see plenty of playing time as the third safety.Miles went undrafted out of UMass in 2010, but latched on with the Cincinnati Bengals that Summer. He spent over three seasons with the Bengals before being waived in September of 2013. The division rival Ravens claimed him, and he mostly contributed on special teams in 2013 before seeing more defensive snaps in 2014.To make room on the roster, the Giants also announced that they waived wide receiver Marcus Harris and safety Justin Currie. Post Views: 1,127The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest PostsGuestLatest posts by Guest (see all) Three Great Super Bowls of the Last Decade - September 16, 2020 Florida’s the savior for sports betting during lockdown - August 5, 2020 Smart Budgeting Tips That Will Help You Save Cash When Playing Golf - July 27, 2020 How To Avoid Scams When Purchasing Football Tickets Online - July 23, 2020 Related Topics 1 Comment 1 Comment You must be logged in to post a comment Login Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Newsletter SubscriptionCan't Miss Posts! MetLife Stadium to host Army-Navy Game in 2021 by Kelly Lynn | posted on August 23, 2017 Women in Sports: NHL Network Host, Jackie Redmond by Nicholas Durst | posted on March 4, 2019 The Most Catastrophic Boat Trip Since the Titanic; the New York Giants by John Venezia | posted on October 4, 2020 Exclusive Interview: SNY Personality, Maria Marino, Shares Career Journey (VIDEO) by Sunil Sunder Raj | posted on January 28, 2021 How Former NFL Scout and Coach Chris Landry Became an Entrepreneur and Sportscaster by Anthony Paradiso | posted on March 23, 2021More in Football You Know I’m Right, Episode 112: New York Jets’ Insider Brian Costello (Audio/Video)On the 112th episode of You Know I’m Right, Nick Durst and Joe Calabrese are joined by... You Know I’m Right, Episode 111: New York Giants’ Insider John Schmeelk (Audio/Video)On the 111th episode of You Know I’m Right, Nick Durst and Joe Calabrese are joined by... You Know I’m Right, Episode 107: New York Post’s Columnist Mike Vaccaro (Audio/Video)On the 107th episode of You Know I’m Right, Nick Durst and Joe Calabrese are joined by... Tea Time with Mel and Jay Ep. 8: Review of Netflix’s “7 Yards”Tea Time with Mel and Jay is a podcast where Melody and Jackie review... New York Jets: 4 Possible Breakout Players for the 2015 Jets Who Would Be Jets Franchise Four?