He's baaaaaaack.

Early last year, former New York Giants running back Brandon Jacobs had nothing but bad things to say about the G-Men after they released him. He dissed the offensive line and said that he was often blamed for the shortcomings of other players on the team.

"When I was with the Giants, we had issues down the line," he said. "Of course, I took the blame for those [as I was] holding the ball."

At the time, he had just signed with the 49ers. But after one tumultuous season with San Francisco, Jacobs is now returning to the Meadowlands and has resigned with the Giants. He agreed to a deal earlier today, less than 48 hours after the Giants lost to the Cowboys due in large part to two critical fumbles by their starting running back David Wilson.

Welcome back, Brandon. Now go score some touchdowns.

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[via Mike Garafolo]