Giants sign Randy Bullock, waive Tom Obarski

ByJordan Raanan via ESPN logo
Monday, August 22, 2016

The New York Giants signed kicker Randy Bullock on Monday.

The move comes less than a week after kicker Josh Brown was suspended one game for violating the league's conduct policy. Brown's ban stems from a domestic violence charge in 2015 after an incident with his now ex-wife.

Brown, 37, will miss the season opener against the Dallas Cowboys on Sept. 11.

The signing puts Brown's future with the Giants in question. Giants coach Ben McAdoo said last week that he supported Brown as a man, as a father and as a player. That was before his ex-wife's allegations of over 20 physical violent incidents emerged publically.

Giants general manager Jerry Reese and co-owner John Mara declined to speak with reporters over the weekend in Buffalo.

The Giants worked out Bullock and Garrett Hartley on Monday after backup kicker Tom Obarski missed a 28-yard field goal on Saturday in Buffalo. Bullock, 26, must've impressed because Hartley made seven of his eight field goals -- including 53 and 56-yard attempts -- during the tryout, according to a source.

Obarski was waived by the Giants on Monday when Bullock was signed.

Bullock, 26, finished last season with the New York Jets. He was released earlier in the season by the Houston Texans after he missed two extra point attempts and a field goal attempt in Houston's first three games.