The New York Giants officially announced the signing of receiver Louis Murphy on Tuesday.
Murphy is entering his fifth NFL season. He has started 24 of the 57 games in which he has appeared, and caught 115 passes for 1,707 yards with seven touchdowns.
"He's going to add another dimension to our offense," general manager Jerry Reese told SiriusXM NFL Radio. "We have a scout named Jeremiah Davis and he talks about guys being a knife. This guy is a knife. This guy can take the top off your defense. He's an interesting guy. He gives us a different dimension in our offense. If we have the same guys, if we have (Hakeem) Nicks back healthy and we have (Victor) Cruz back, this guy gives you a deep threat that we haven't had. We haven't had a guy who can run like this guy."