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Giants add a second women to coaching staff; release Rudolph

By TOM CANAVAN
AP Sports Writer

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — The New York Giants have added a second woman to their coaching staff and started clearing salary cap space for free agency by releasing veteran tight end Kyle Rudolph and running back Davontae Booker. Coach Brian Daboll announced Angela Baker has joined his staff. Baker will be the offensive quality control coach. Shortly after being hired to replace Joe Judge, Daboll hired Laura Young as the team’s director of coaching operations. Daboll also hired Cade Knox as an offensive assistant. The releases of Rudolph and Booker clear $7.1 million in cap space. New York is still $5 million over it.

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