Fresh Starts: Five Former Giants Who Could Impact New Teams


Fresh Starts: Five Former Giants Who Could Impact New Teams

Let’s examine some of the former Giants players who are looking to make a fresh start elsewhere.

Over the years, the New York Giants have said goodbye to a few important members of their team.


Before the 2022 season, they released Pro Bowl cornerback James Bradberry late. He eventually signed with the Eagles and helped them make a Super Bowl appearance.


They also did not offer tight end Evan Engram a contract, and he signed with Jacksonville. He produced consecutive career seasons in receptions and receiving yards.


Before last season, they were not able to come to terms with 25-year-old safety Julian Love. He left New York for Seattle and had his best season in the NFL, posting four interceptions, 10 pass breakups, 123 tackles, including a career-high 85 solo tackles, two forced fumbles, and a recovery.


During the season they traded away Leonard Williams to Seattle and in his ten games with the Seahawks he recorded 41 tackles, 24 solo, nine tackles for loss, four sacks, 11 quarterback hits.


This offseason they let both Saquon Barkley and Xavier McKinney walk in free agency. McKinney landed in Green Bay and signed a four-year, $64 million contract

All of this got us thinking about some of the recent former Giants and if fresh starts with new teams could spell greater success than what they had in New York. So let’s take a look at a few former Giants who are with new teams and try to gauge how they might pan out with their new clubs.

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