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Peyton Hillis was released by the New York Giants Tuesday.
The New York Giants have reportedly released veteran running back Peyton Hillis after playing one-plus season for the team.
Hillis was signed to the Giants halfway through 2013 after running back David Wilson suffered a season-ending neck injury, which eventually ended his career. Originally drafted by the Denver Broncos in 2008, Hillis played there for two seasons before landing...
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The New York Giants announced Wednesday that they have released running back Peyton Hillis.
Hillis, 29, played in just 16 games over two seasons, rushing for 362 yards and two touchdowns. He also caught 23 passes for 183 yards.
Hillis played for Denver, Cleveland and Kansas City before joining the Giants in 2013. His career totals are 696 rushing...
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The New York Giants have released running back Peyton Hillis.
The Giants announced the move on Wednesday, a day after releasing veteran defensive lineman Mathias Kiwanuka. The two moves will save the team just under $6 million in salary cap space.
A seven-year veteran, Hillis' contract was worth $945,000 against the cap this season. He joined the Giants in...
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The New York Giants announced the release of RB Peyton Hillis on Wednesday.
The Giants are clearly looking to add a pass-catching running back to their backfield, and with Rashad Jennings and Andre Williams already on their roster, Hillis was clearly the odd-man-out.
Hillis, 29, still had one year remaining on his two-year, $1.8 million contract, which included a base salary...
Peyton Hillis left practice today to deal with an apparent leg injury. Peyton Hillis is currently slated to receive significant playing time as the second running back behind starter, Rashad Jennings.
Peyton Hillis’s injury is not as serious as some had speculated it would be. He has been diagnosed with an ankle sprain, which probably won’t keep him out for too long. This is...