Former Green Bay Packers receiver Myles White, who got about the rawest deal he could from the Packers, has a new job.
He was signed to the New York Giants practice squad.
Giants announced they signed former Packers WR Myles White to practice squad.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 10, 2015
White will get to work with former Packers tight ends and quarterbacks coach Ben McAdoo, now the offensive coordinator in New York.
Perhaps ironically, the Giants released receiver James Jones last week. Jones signed with the Packers, who in turn released White.
And now White is with the Giants.
White was released on Sunday by Green Bay, a day after making the final roster for the first time in three tries. He led the Packers in receptions and receiving yards in the preseason, but despite that, he wasn’t even given a courtesy call from anyone in the organization to tell him he was being cut.
At least the guy has a job again and we wish him well.
Packers could have handled that better.
Good for White, will be rooting for him
But did the Giants tell him?
If he gets cut by the Giants Tom Coughlin will personally drive to his house with a basket of fruit and a hug.
It’s a conspriracy between NY and GB. Go Pack Go!!!