5 More Possible Free Agent Signings for the New York Giants

5 More Possible Free Agent Signings for the New York Giants

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The New York Giants have already made a number of moves in free agency, acquiring the likes of Rashad Jennings and re-signing players like Jon Beason and Stevie Brown. However, there is still much work to be done, as the Giants need to bolster a number of potential problem areas. Here are five players who could still be on New York's free agency radar.

5. Terrell Thomas

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5. Terrell Thomas

Terrell Thomas New York Giants
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The Giants signed cornerback Walter Thurmond but could still be looking for depth in the secondary. Terrell Thomas had a solid 2013 season, coming off of back-to-back ACL tears. Thomas is a good nickel corner and seemed to be regaining form over the course of last season. The Giants could very well bring him back for the right price.

4. James Jones

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4. James Jones

James Jones Green Bay Packers
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There hasn't been much talk (if any) of the Giants pursuing wide receiver James Jones. However, with the departure of Hakeem Nicks, the Giants really need to add another threat on the outside to complement Victor Cruz in the slot. Jones has had a few major years with the Green Bay Packers and seems like he could be a nice fit in New York.

3. Mario Manningham

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3. Mario Manningham

Mario Manningham New York Giants
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Mario Manningham's name has been throw out there recently as the possibility of a return starts to hit the airwaves. Manningham has been battling injuries in recent years after moving on from the Giants. If healthy, a return to the Giants could help provide depth at wide receiver. Even if New York signs Manningham, the Giants should still look to add a weapon for Eli Manning with their first-round draft pick.

2. Anthony Spencer

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2. Anthony Spencer

Anthony Spencer Dallas Cowboys
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Former Dallas Cowboys defensive end Anthony Spencer visited with the New York Giants on Sunday. Spencer could be considered as Tuck's replacement but there are concerns about how Spencer would fit in to New York's defense. After all, he did play in primarily a 3-4 defense in Dallas and missed 15 games last season with a knee injury.

1. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie Denver Bronocs
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1. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie Denver Broncos
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Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie has to be one of the top cornerbacks still floating around. He met with the Giants on Sunday and is due back on Monday. Rodgers-Cromartie could provide a huge boost for the Giants secondary, just like he lifted the Broncos in 2013. This could be a player the Giants need to dig into their wallets to reel in but it could be well worth it.


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