The New York Giants placed former Alabama wide receiver Robert Foster on the injured reserve on Friday with a hamstring injury, which will end his season.

The Penn., native played three seasons with Alabama. During his time with the Tide, he saw appearances in 27 games, recording 29 receptions for 345 yards and three touchdowns. He also had two rushing attempts for seven yards.

The two-time national champion was signed by the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted free agent in 2018.

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The veteran receiver has seen time on the Bills, Green Bay Packers, Washington Football Team, Miami Dolphins, and Dallas Cowboys prior to his small stint with the Giants, bouncing around from practice squad to active rosters.

Foster's professional career consists of 20 games thus far, seven starts, 32 receptions for 642 yards, and three touchdowns. He has not played in an NFL game since 2020.

Foster's tenure with the Giants ends after five months.

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