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Giants work out Terrelle Pryor, Felix Jones

Each season at the bye week, the Giants stuff their East Rutherford facility full of potential late-season call-ups.

Last year, it was a 20-man workout that included future Giants like wideout Preston Parker, and kicker Brandon McManus (now with the Broncos).

This year, a few interesting names have already trickled out.

Among them, former Cowboys, Eagles and Steelers running back Felix Jones, a first-round pick back in 2008, a source informed of the workouts confirmed to Around The NFL on Tuesday.

Jones was on the Giants' radar heading into training camp this year, but the team opted to go younger behind Rashad Jennings, Andre Williams and Peyton Hillis.

The Giants are also working out former Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor as a quarterback, per a person familiar with the workouts. Pryor recently had workouts with the Bengals and Buccaneers.

It sounds as though Pryor will be working out as a quarterback, which continues a run of mobile quarterbacks that have been in the team's facility in recent months. The team also took a look at former Clemson standout Tajh Boyd last month.

As a member of the Steelers last year (after being dealt from Philadelphia for linebacker Adrian Robinson), Jones had 48 carries for 184 yards.

If the Giants end up signing Jones, he'll be reunited with Hillis, a former teammate at Arkansas. Along with Darren McFadden, they were part of arguably the most talented collegiate backfield in the last decade. We're not sure how that will help the Giants get out of a two-game losing streak, though.

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