Young NY Giants CB mentioned as player who could be cut by Joe Schoen

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In what has been an incredibly busy offseason for the NY Giants, there are still plenty of moves to be made by general manager Joe Schoen. Before you know it, the second-year GM is going to have to find a way to get the roster down to 53.

Unfortunately for some NY playmakers, that means they're going to get the rough news that they're going to be released. So, who might not suit up for the Giants come Week 1? In a new piece from Bleacher Report, they mentioned the best players who could still be cut from every NFL roster.

For the G-Men, they listed cornerback Rodarius Williams, a 2021 sixth-rounder at No. 201 overall, as a guy who may not see the field for Big Blue against the Cowboys on Sept. 10 - and this makes a ton of sense.

Could the NY Giants part ways with Rodarius Williams this offseason?

"Rodarius Williams flashed his ability with 15 tackles in three games last season after recovering from an ACL injury. Is the third-year corner part of the Giants' plans, though? His inconsistent usage is concerning, and New York deepened the position this offseason—especially with first-round pick Deonte Banks. Williams may find that his opportunity to play elsewhere."

Bleacher Report's David Kenyon

Williams has appeared in eight games for the Giants the two years, making one start. Kenyon is right - the Giants improved the CBs room, highlighted by the addition of first-round pick Deonte Banks out of Maryland.

Another CB who could be on his way out is Darnay Holmes, who has been mentioned several times as a defensive back who may not be with the G-Men this campaign. However, perhaps Schoen wants to see what Holmes can do in '23 and part ways with a different DB instead. Williams?

He may not be the biggest name out there, but at this point it wouldn't be a surprise to see the Giants and Schoen cut ties with him this summer. Only time willtell if that happens or not.

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