3. RB Raheem Mostert
Similar to Breida, Raheem Mostert has an insane injury history. Over the course of his eight-year NFL career, Mostert has managed to play just one full season. The veteran running back was the Dolphins primary starter and played in 16 games in 2022, rushing for 891 yards and three touchdowns on 181 attempts, while adding 31 catches for 202 yards and two touchdowns.
Despite posting career-highs in rushing attempts, rushing yards and receiving yards, Mostert was not very efficent in 2022 posting a career low in yards per rush, and the second lowest yards per reception in his career.
As a former starter who will likely transition to being a backup this offseason, Mostert will surely cost more money then the typical backup running back. The Giants still have multiple holes to fill, so it would make more sense to invest money into a potential impact player, not someone like Mostert.