The New York Giants linebacker corps took a big hit last season when signal-caller Blake Martinez went down Week 3 and was sidelined the entire year with a torn ACL, last season
The New York Giants will get some welcomed stability thanks to the return of Blake Martinez, but the rest of the linebacking corps could be in state of flux.
Tae Crowder stepped up to fill the hole left by Martinez, last season, and showed flashes of potential in doing so.
A notable departure to the Giants linebacker room was Lorenzo Carter, who signed with the Atlanta Falcons after spending all four seasons of his NFL career so far in New York.
New York had a cash strapped free agency, but still managed to sign some notable players namely Guard Mark Glowinski and backup Quarterback Tyrod Taylor.
The New York Giants so far haven’t been involved in attempting to sign any of the big money marquee free agents.
All focus now is on the 2022 NFL Draft, where the New York Giants have a boatload of picks, which include two in the first round.
There’s a high chance that one of those picks could be spent on a linebacker, which could change how the position group looks next season.