4 players who likely won’t be back with the NY Giants after 2022
By Eoin Ferris
1. NY Giants S Julian Love
Julian Love has been an undervalued player for the Giants. The former fourth-round pick in 2019 was drafted the same year as Jones and Slayton, who are also entering big seasons. So far, for the Giants, he has been a very quality depth piece. This year, he is looking to be a starter come the start of the season.
This comes as the Giants cut Ryan and let Peppers walk. Those are some big shoes to fill. The Giants did bring in Dane Belton in the draft to help relieve these departures. Within one offseason, the Giants went from seemingly having a stacked secondary to it becoming a position of need. That is if guys like Xavier McKinney, Adoree’ Jackson, Love, Darnay Holmes and Cardale Flott don’t have something to say about that.
This is the first season Love is set to be a full-time starter. It is his time to capitalize and prove he is more than a versatile depth piece. If he shows he can handle the pressure of being a starter in New York, the Giants could bring him back. On the other hand, if he does not show he can be a consistent starter, the chances become slim.