4 former NY Giants who will be out for revenge in 2024

The Giants will see several former players during the 2024 season
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2. Eagles WR Parris Campbell

If there was one player who was looked upon as a massive disappointment for the Giants during the 2023 season, it was definitely Parris Campbell. He signed a one year deal with the Giants after spending the first four years of his career with the Indianapolis Colts.

In 2022, Campbell put up respectable numbers in his final season with the Colts, as he had 63 receptions for 623 yards and three touchdowns. However, with the Giants, Campbell didn’t even come close to that kind of production, as he had just 20 receptions for 102 yards and no touchdowns. During the second half of the season, Campbell was barely a factor and was also inactive for the final five games.

In free agency, Campbell joined his third team when he signed a one-year deal with the Giants division rivals, the Philadelphia Eagles. He’ll be joining a wide receivers room that also has A.J. Brown, DeVonta Smith and rookie wide receiver Johnny Wilson. Campbell will probably try to show the Giants that they made a mistake in not bringing him back or not using him as much in the offense, so he’ll likely be looking for a bit of revenge in the two games that the Giants and Eagles square off against each other.

Because Campbell was inactive for the final five games, he didn’t have any stats for the Giants against the Eagles. Fans will be curious to see if Campbell gets to use his talents against the Giants in either game in 2024.