EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — The New York Giants have released placekicker Randy Bullock and signed defensive tackle Montori Hughes.

The Giants announced the moves Tuesday, a day after adding kicker Josh Brown to their 53-man roster.

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Brown, who scored a career-high 134 points last season, was suspended for the regular-season opener by the NFL for a violation of its personal conduct policy stemming from an arrested related to a 2015 domestic incident involving his then-wife.

Bullock missed an extra point in Sunday’s win over the Dallas Cowboys. He did not attempt a field goal. He was signed Aug. 22 after the league finalized Brown’s suspension.

Hughes was waived by the Giants on Sept. 4 in their final cut. He played in seven regular-season games with New York last season.

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The Giants added linebacker Deontae Skinner to their practice squad and terminated the contract of quarterback Logan Thomas.

Skinner played in seven games with one start for the Patriots in 2014. He spent the 2015 season on the Philadelphia Eagles’ practice squad. The Eagles released Skinner on Aug. 22.

The Giants claimed Thomas off waivers from the Dolphins in June. He was waived after the final preseason game and then placed on the practice squad.

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