5 NY Giants players who won’t make the 53-man roster in 2024

These will be easy decisions for Joe Schoen this summer

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1. CB Aaron Robinson

This may be a bit of a hot take, but through three seasons Aaron Robinson has seen the field just 11 times and the Giants' front office may be ready to move on. There are more reliable corners currently on the roster and unless there's some sort of guarantee that Robinson is healthy by Week 1, we doubt he's kept around.

Robinson has been a strange case since entering the NFL. He's shown decent amounts of potential throughout the few games we've seen from him, but with how vague the reports surrounding his injury last season were, there's no telling how healthy he currently is.

Through 11 games, Robinson has allowed just 18 receptions on 33 targets for 181 yards and one touchdown. These numbers are very solid for a third-round pick with little NFL experience, but Robinson's health has consistently held him back.

With guys like Tre Hawkins, Cor'Dale Flott, Darnay Holmes, and Nick McCloud all producing more and staying on the field more consistently, there may not be room for Robinson once the season rolls around. It's an unfortunate story, but one the Giants are quite familiar with at this point. Look for NY to bring in a new CB via the NFL Draft too, or potentially sign a veteran in free agency.

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