4 NY Giants players who could get cut after the NFL Draft

Several players could be on their way out shortly after the NFL Draft
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There is still a lot of work to be done for the NY Giants this offseason, but Joe Schoen has some fans optimistic so far with some of his key decisions. There was a good amount of roster turnover, and Schoen had to make some very tough calls.

With the draft looming, the fates of some current Giants still on the team have yet to be decided. Some players that were on the Giants this past season might be moving on to a new team next campaign depending on how things go in late April. With that said, here's a look at four players who could be on their way out following the NFL Draft:

4. Jashaun Corbin

Jashaun Corbin was an undrafted free agent running back out of Florida State who was signed to the Giants practice squad in 2022. He has bounced back and forth between the Giants and the Panthers since coming into the league two years ago. The Giants have been adding to the running backs room almost every year with Gary Brightwell, Deon Jackson, Matt Breida, Eric Gray, and most recently Devin Singletary.

In a crowded running backs room, it's going to be hard to stand out. On top of that, the Giants have shown interest in a number of running backs both in free agency and in this draft. After signing Singletary, the Giants tried to go back to the well trying to sign away Packers running back A.J. Dillon along with rumors of Ezekiell Elliott and Clyde Edwards-Helaire.

After none of those came to fruition, the Giants turned their attention to the upcoming NFL Draft and have paid close attention to the running back group, especially who some consider to be the top back in the draft in Trey Benson. Singletary and Benson could be a great 1-2 running game, with Gray being the third-down back and Brightwell continuing to be a core special teams' player. Will the Giants be able to find a role for Corbin, or will he be moving onto a new team after the draft? Probably the latter.

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