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New Giant Lorenzo Bromell

The Giants signed a defensive end – According to the article, Lorenzo Bromell:

Bromell played the last six games of the 2003 season with Oakland, starting four and picking up two sacks and 12 tackles. He signed with the Raiders on Nov. 19 after being released by Minnesota because of a knee injury in training camp.

He’s 6’6″, 260. You might be thinking he’s too small and doesn’t have the stats to be a big contributor, but he was big. Another article talks about his past, and he had a good rookie season:

The Clemson University product entered the NFL as Miami’s fourth-round draft pick in 1998, the 102nd pick overall. He played in 14 regular season and two postseason games that year, logging a career-high eight sacks that tied him with Green Bay’s Vonnie Holliday for the lead among NFL rookies and tied Bill Stanfill’s Dophins rookie record.

And an OK 2001:

For the 2001 season, Bromell played in all 16 games and was second on Miami with 6.5 sacks and had a career-high 45 tackles (25 solo).

2 Responses to “New Giant Lorenzo Bromell”

  1. Nick Hinko Says:

    Sounds like Bromell’s history not too dissimilar from C. Griffin — fast start followed by a tailing off and injury.

    Maybe the change of scenery will do wonders and his $1M/yr. and $300K SB won’t be too hard to digest if things don’t go well. A good risk / reward tradeoff.

  2. James Trotta Says:

    Yeah and when Strahan needs a breaher, Ellis can get to the passer if the opposing lineman thinks he can take a play off.