The New York Giants left London with an enormous upset win over the Inexperienced Bay Packers Sunday.
In addition they left with out their punter.
Jamie Gillan, affectionately often known as “The Scottish Hammer,” is reportedly having passport points and wasn’t allowed again within the states, the NFL Community reported.
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The hope is that Gillan flies again to the U.S. Thursday. To be protected, the Giants might be understanding punters within the occasion Gillan cannot play in opposition to the Baltimore Ravens Sunday.
One of many latest members of the Giants this season after the staff moved on from Riley Dixon, Gillan has been stable for New York in his 5 video games. Towards the Packers, he took a security by operating across the finish zone earlier than stepping out of bounds to kill clock. The transfer finally led to the win, with Aaron Rodgers getting sacked on a possible Hail Mary.
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Gillan can also be fourth within the league in common punt yards with 51.0 on 21 makes an attempt. He is additionally had 4 punts go contained in the 20-yard line.
Gillan additionally appears to be performing his holding duties nicely for placekicker Graham Gano.
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Gillan was born in Scotland and commenced his profession enjoying rugby earlier than he moved to Maryland together with his father within the Royal Air Pressure. That’s when Gillan started enjoying highschool soccer, and he was hooked from there.
In 2019, when he was in his first 12 months with the Cleveland Browns, Gillan even mentioned he popped three of the 4 regulation-sized footballs he had purchased to observe punting. He beat out veteran Britton Colquitt that 12 months for the beginning punter position.
Gillan had a connection to move coach Brian Daboll. He was on the the Payments observe squad late final season after the Browns waived him. Daboll coached the Payments’ offense final season.
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Daboll and the remainder of the Giants hope their punter can be a part of them quickly.