The New York Giants were awarded offensive tackle Jamaal Johnson-Webb off waivers from the Buffalo Bills, according to a league source.
He was signed to a reserve-future deal by the Bills after spending time on the Bills' practice squad last season before being released this week.
Johnson-Webb was cut by the Minnesota Vikings from their practice squad last season.
He was with the Chicago Bears last year, too, after being cut by the Arizona Cardinals.
Johnson-Webb signed with the Cardinals after going undrafted out of Alabama A&M.
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