The Miami Dolphins signed 8-year veteran receiver Kevin Curtis this week to replace Brian Hartline (finger injury), and he likely will be active Sunday. Rookie receivers Marlon Moore and Roberto Wallace have played well at times, but are still learning the game and have been inconsistent with their hands and route-running.
With starting receiver Steve Smith out into December due to a pectoral injury and fellow starting receiver Hakeem Nicks reportedly out for three weeks with a foot injury, the receiver-needy Giants may be getting ready to write a check for $150,000.
A league source tells us that the Giants will be bringing in former NFL and current UFL receiver Michael Clayton for a workout.
The timing isn’t clear. The memo recently sent by the NFL to all teams contemplates that no tryouts will occur until after Friday’s UFL championship game. Clayton played for the Nighthawks, who did not qualify for the title game.
Former Eagles WR Kevin Curtis is also in the mix for a try out.