Five bizarre NFL offseason moves that don't add up
MAR 27, 1:27a ET | Sportsnaut
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News: The Giants have signed Harris, the Daily News reports.
Impact: Harris, who served as Dallas' punt and kick return man this past season, adds depth to the Giants' wideout corps while also providing a special teams boost. He was limited to seven catches for 116 yards in 2014, but the terms of his new deal - five years for $17.5 million, per NJ.com - would suggest that the Giants have bigger plans for him in 2015.