5 former NY Giants players who are still free agents

There are still several former Giants available in free agency. Will Joe Schoen pursue any of them?

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The NY Giants still have many positional needs that they must fill before training camp this summer. They will have several tough decisions as free agency continues and the NFL Draft inches closer. We know the G-Men will explore the quarterback, wide receiver, running back, cornerback, and offensive line spots.

Several former Big Blue players are still free agents that general manager Joe Schoen and head coach Brian Daboll could pursue. A lot will be determined when the Giants decide what to do with the No. 6 pick. There is speculation that they will select a quarterback or wide receiver depending on who is available. With that said, will any of these five guys end up in new cities soon?

5. WR Odell Beckham Jr

After his tenure with the Giants, Odell Beckham Jr. made a few stops with the Cleveland Browns, Los Angeles Rams, and Baltimore Ravens. The veteran wideout was a member of the Rams team that won a Super Bowl over the Cincinnati Bengals in 2021.

However, OBJ was recently with the Ravens on a one-year deal after missing the entire 2022 season due to a torn ACL injury suffered during the Super Bowl. Beckham had 35 receptions, 565 yards, and three touchdowns this past season. This wasn't one of the better seasons of his career, but we can still expect Beckham to get offers from teams this offseason.

Beckham will likely seek another one-year deal - could the Kansas City Chiefs be a good fit for the veteran wideout? The back-to-back defending Super Bowl Champions are lacking at the wide receiver position and could give OBJ precisely what he is looking for financially and in terms of his role in general. Beckham would also have the opportunity to earn a second ring by joining a contender like the Chiefs, and he would work exceptionally well in a Patrick Mahomes-run offense.