4 NY Giants free agents who could be forced into retirement

Have these players played their last game in the league?
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2. CB Aaron Robinson

Remember him? Aaron Robinson hasn't seen the field since 2022. He has since been placed on the IR list in 2022, and then the PUP list in 2023. The 2021 third-round pick had some promise out of UCF. He was athletic, running a 4.3 40-yard dash, and he was known for his physical play style. Robinson has appeared in only 11 games in two years. He fully tore his MCL and partially tore his ACL back in the '22 season and fans haven't heard a word or even seen him on the sidelines.

The Giants need to find starting caliber corners. Relying on a corner in Robinson that hasn't seen the field in two years is not a wise investment. Adoree' Jackson may be gone, but with Deonte Banks, Cor'Dale Flott, Nick McCloud and Tre Hawkins, the Giants have a solid young core.

They can move on from Robinson, sign a good veteran corner to play CB2, draft another corner to develop in the middle rounds of the draft and continue to fill the team with talent and depth top to bottom. Things just haven't worked out for Robinson since entering the league. Due to injuries, his time may be up.