No. 7 – Calvin Munson
Calvin Munson made the New York Giants as an undrafted free agent last season.
The 6-foot-1, 245-pound linebacker is looking to keep his spot on Big Blue’s roster but faces an uphill battle at training camp. The Giants have retooled their linebacking corps this offseason, putting an emphasis on Bettcher’s base 3-4 defense.
Alec Ogletree and B.J. Goodson are expected to land the starting inside linebacker positions. At this point, it’s unclear who will be backing them up.
Ray-Ray Armstrong is likely next in line.
Mark Herzlich is also expected to be in the mix. He brings added value to New York’s roster due to his special teams play.
Tae Davis and Thurston Armbrister will also be vying for spots at inside linebacker, but less than a handful are likely to make the team.
Munson did log five starts for the Giants last season. He recorded 60 tackles, six tackles for a loss, two sacks, and a forced fumble.
His biggest competition for a roster spot is likely Herzlich and Armstrong. Special teams play could be the determining factor in who earns the last inside linebacker spot on the 53-man roster.