EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -Guard Zach Piller signed with the New York Giants on Thursday.
Piller started three games last season for the Tennessee Titans before sustaining an ankle injury at Miami on Sept. 24 that kept him out the rest of the season. Tennessee waived Piller in February and he was signed by Detroit in March, but the Lions cut him last month.
In eight seasons with Tennessee, the 6-foot-5, 315-pounder played in 87 games, starting 58. He was the Titans' third-round draft choice in 1999 out of Florida.
Piller adds experience to a Giants offensive line that lost two veterans from last year's unit. In February, former starting left tackle Luke Petitgout was released and backup tackle Bob Whitfield retired.
On Thursday, the Giants also released defensive tackle Sir Henry Anderson and cornerback R.W Cobbs.

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