- Associated Press - Tuesday, April 5, 2016

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - The New York Giants have finally turned their attention to their offensive by signing fullback Will Johnson and offensive linemen Ryan Seymour and Dillon Farrell.

The Giants, who made headlines early in free agency by signing defensive end Olivier Vernon, cornerback Janoris Jenkins and tackle Damon “Snacks” Richardson, announced the moves on Tuesday.

Johnson spent the past four seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers, playing H-back, tight end and excelling on special teams.

Seymour didn’t play in a game last season. He last played in 2014, appearing in 11 games for the Browns, starting the last three at center.

Farrell played in eight games as a reserve offensive lineman with the 49ers in 2014. He was waived on Sept. 15 and signed eight days later to the Tennessee Titans’ practice squad, where he spent the remainder of the season.

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