The New York Giants announced their practice squad protections ahead of a Week 2 game with the Washington Football Team and once again, wide receiver C.J. Board is among them.
Board was not only protected in Week 1, but elevated to the active roster. He took 16 combined snaps in a 27-13 loss to the Denver Broncos — 10 on special teams and six on offense.
Despite the limited snaps, Board did manage to contribute. He caught one pass on one target for six yards, and returned two kickoffs for 66 yards.
In addition to Board, the Giants also protected offensive lineman Matt Skura, defensive tackle David Moa and tight end Chris Myarick.
Both Myarick and Moa were also protected last week. Skura, who is likely to be activated on Thursday, replaces tight end Ryan Izzo.
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