4 affordable free agents the NY Giants can still sign

Joe Schoen still has work to do in free agency
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The NY Giants have done a solid job so far in free agency, and now that the frenzy is over, Joe Schoen and Brian Daboll have hit the Pro Day circuit with the NFL Draft lesss than a month away. They have brought in some very good players to help rebuild this team the right way.

Even with the losses of fan-favorites Saquon Barkley and Xavier McKinney, Schoen has rebuilt the offensive line with multiple quality additions, added one of the best young pass-rushers in the game in Brian Burns and has added some core players for special teams too

Still, there are a lot of holes that need to be filled and there are a good number of players still left on the market that can make an instant impact even if they aren't starting. The Giants still need to add talent, depth, and some veteran leadership to multiple units. Here are four affordable free agents that the Giants can still try and go after:

4. Levi Wallace

With multiple top cornerback names like Xavien Howard, Stephon Gilmore, and J.C Jackson still on the board, the Giants could turn to veteran corner Levi Wallace. Howard, Gilmore, and Jackson sound nice and would definitely look great in Giants blue, but Schoen has shown that he sees the secondary as "luxury" positions and he is not going to invest a ton of money there.

The Giants showed interest in Tre'Davious White and Darious Wiliams in free agency, but both went for way more than Schoen was willing to invest in them. Wallace, on the other hand, is just coming off a two-year, $8 million dollar deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and still at just 28, he could come in and compete for the Giants CB2 role.

Wallace also started off his career with the Buffalo Bills, so the connection there is obvious. Daboll and Schoen know Wallace from their time together in Buffalo. Wallace is a corner still in his prime that could be a very low-risk, potentially high-reward signing for Schoen. Adding Wallace to the CBs room could go a long way towards not only the secondary group, but also special teams.