Attleboro native Kyle Murphy announced he is signing a deal to join the New York Giants.
Officially a GIANT!!!!
— Kyle Murphy (@kmurph43) April 25, 2020
The Rhode Island offensive tackle went undrafted in the 2020 NFL Draft and reportedly agreed to a deal with the team moments after the draft ended Saturday.
Murphy had a strong career at URI, earning All-Colonial Athletic Association first-team honors twice. He was also selected to the New England Football Writer’s Association All-New England team three times.
Before heading to college, Murphy was a two-sport star at Attleboro High school, where he played football and basketball. However, he wasn’t highly recruited out of college.
Attleboro native/@RhodyFootball All-American OL Kyle Murphy is signing as an undrafted free agent with the New York Giants.
— Nick Coit (@NCoitABC6) April 25, 2020
Murphy joins former Patriot Nate Solder and Andrew Thomas, whom the Giants selected with the fourth overall pick Thursday, as notable offensive tackles for the Giants.