Griffin has become a steady, reliable cornerback for the Seattle Seahawks who would fit in perfectly opposite James Bradberry. While his 2020 season was considered disappointing, he showed signs of becoming a shutdown corner in years prior. The Seahawks defense as a whole took a step back this season, so a change of scenery might be a good thing for Griffin. He would bring experience to the CB2 position, something the team sorely lacked this year. The former third round pick and 2019 pro bowler would be an upgrade over the mix of Ryan Lewis and Issac Yiadom.
King was in the news for some ugly plays when it mattered most for the Green Bay Packers this week – letting Scotty Miller run by him for a touchdown before halftime and committing the game sealing pass interference. It was the capper on a disappointing season for the former second round pick, who came into the season hoping to build on an encouraging 2019. That season he led the Packers with 5 interceptions and proved himself capable of playing the CB2 role opposite Jaire Alexander – something he would be asked to do with Bradberry as well. If Graham and company can correct some of King’s mental errors, it could turn out to be a good move for the Giants.
Moreau is somebody the Giants have gotten to know over the course of his career as a member of the Washington Football Team. He’s not perfect, but he does have a knack for intercepting passes – making the most of his scarce opportunities. A bigger sample size could turn into results for Moreau, especially inside Graham’s scheme. He would be more of a project than the other two, but he would also be the cheapest. The former third round pick out of UCLA could reach his potential in New York.