New York Giants veterans who could be on Joe Schoen’s chopping block

New York Giants tight end Kyle Rudolph (Image via The Record)
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James Bradbery, Cornerback

Cornerback James Bradberry could be the most intriguing option on this list. He is coming off of a season where he recorded a career-high four interceptions and 47 tackles.

He also appeared in all 17 games this season and was a consistent piece alongside this defense. He was a focal point and a leader for this team on the defensive side of the ball.

While Bradberry, at times, looked like the best player in the secondary, the financial flexibility that could come with moving on could make this an enticing option. If the Giants were to cut Bradberry, they would free up just over $12 million in cap space.

If Bradberry were to be cut, his replacement could be found in the draft. This year’s cornerback class is deeper than it has been in recent years. A talented prospect could slip to the Giants in the third or even fourth round.