2.CB James Bradberry
It might sound crazy, but if there is mutual interest between both James Bradberry and the NY Giants, a deal might be more likely than you’d think. This would honestly be pretty great for New York, as Bradberry played incredibly well last season and would fit very well opposite of Jackson.
While his projected price tag is quite high, being around $12 million a season for two years according to PFF, a deal like this could work out somewhat well for the Giants in the slim case that Bradberry doesn’t work out due to how short it is. Regardless, Bradberry had himself quite the bounce-back year last season and proved that he can still be a key piece to a very good defense.
In 17 games with the Eagles, Bradberry allowed just 40 receptions on 87 targets for 429 yards and two touchdowns while also snagging three interceptions and breaking up 12 passes. Bradberry allowed 45+ yards in just three games while holding his opponents to just 23.8 yards per game. Considering how mediocre Bradberry was for the Giants in 2021, it was nice to see him bounce back to his star form.
With how well both Jackson and Bradberry played last campaign, watching the two play opposite of each other could be an incredible thing to see. The star power the secondary would have if Schoen pulled off a move like this could be enough to turn this Giants defense into an elite core.