The New York Giants announced on Tuesday they have signed former Broncos linebacker Keion Adams to their 90-man roster.
Adams was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2017 in the seventh round, and spent his rookie season on injured reserve. The Steelers waived him last season when they cut the roster to 53 players, but Adams returned to Pittsburgh's practice squad until being dropped from their roster last month.
Adams played at WMU from 2013-16, where he made 126 career tackles and 14.5 sacks in his career. Adams will join fellow Bronco in New York, cornerback Sam Beal. The Giants selected Beal in the third round of the 2018 NFL Supplemental Draft, but he missed all of last season due to a season-ending shoulder injury.
In three seasons as a Bronco, Beal finished with 92 total tackles and two interceptions.