Giants Rumors: Adoree' Jackson could be on his way out after 2023

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A lot of questions are about to be answered for the NY Giants in the coming days, as the first round of the NFL Draft will be here on Thursday night. For a while, it has been speculated that general manager Joe Schoen could look to go with a star cornerback at No. 25 overall.

Maryland defensive back Deonte Banks and Mississippi State's Emmanuel Forbes have been mentioned as possibilities several times. If Schoen does go in this direction, could it hint that maybe a different CB won't have a long-term future with the squad?

That's what some people think could be the case, as word is growing that standout CB Adoree' Jackson may be gone after next campaign. He's entering the last year of his contract and according to The Athletic's Dan Duggan, the G-Men don't plan on extending him in the near future.

This could be the last Giants season for Adoree' Jackson

"There have been no indications the Giants want to extend Jackson as he enters the final year of his contract. They seem content to let him play out this season then reassess. "

Dan Duggan on Adoree' Jackson

As things stand, Jackson is the best cornerback on the Giants roster and it isn't even close. That's why as much as Big Blue supporters want to see the Giants either go with a WR1 in the first round or trade that pick for a veteran wideout, a lot of people also want to see someone like Banks taken.

After parting ways with James Bradberry last offseason, the CBs room as a whole has been missing a fellow stud alongside Jackson. However, Schoen may want to see how things play out in '23 before deciding whether or not to bring Jackson back, or let him walk in free agency.

If Banks or Forbes arrives to East Rutherford soon, then it would make the loss of Jackson down the road a bit more manageable. Once Thursday night rolls around, we'll have more of an idea of just what Schoen might be thinking.

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