5 NY Giants who are likely entering their final season with the team

You already know Danny Dimes is on the list.
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Every season, the NY Giants get a batch of new faces on the team that fans are excited about. However, with these acquisitions comes the loss of veterans. This year will likely be no different and the Giants could lose some pretty important players on both sides of the ball depending on how their seasons go.

These five players have been with New York for a few years now, and whether they've disappointed, or are entering the final year of their deals - it's unlikely they suit up for Big Blue in 2025. We'd like to see them stick around, but current circumstances are making it seem like they could be on their way out the door before we know it:

5. CB Aaron Robinson

Early on in his career, it really seemed like Aaron Robinson had the potential to be a very solid corner in the NFL. However, he's played just 11 games in three seasons and the Giants may be fed up with wasting time on his development.

The Giants already have plenty of more proven, and arguably better corners ahead of Robinson on the depth chart, so it will take a lot for him to work his way back up. Given his history of significant injuries, though, this is quite unlikely as depressing as it may seem.

Realistically, we could see Robinson getting released before the 2024 season even starts. Not only could the Giants benefit from clearing up their log jam at corner, but cutting Robinson would save New York a little over $1 million in cap space.

It's an unfortunate tale, but one the Giants are familiar with. It's far too often that New York adds a young talented player on their roster just to have their potential ruined by injuries. We wish Robinson nothing but the best, but it's just not looking good for the 26-year-old CB moving forward.