3 best pass-rushers the NY Giants can still target for depth

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1. Pass-rusher Jadeveon Clowney

This one might feel like a bit of a wild card, but Jadeveon Clowney has entered the chat. Clowney himself is still looking for a new squad to ball out for in '23. Why not the G-Men? Similar to the other guys on this list, Clowney could be had on an afforable one-year deal. Clowney isn't a superstar anymore who would require a major payday.

He also wouldn't arrive to East Rutherford expected to be the star of the unit, as has been the case for him in the past. Clowney is coming off a bit of a down year, as he finished with only 28 total tackles and two sacks for the Cleveland Browns. The year before, though, the talented pass-rusher helped the Browns out with nine sacks.

With Thibodeaux and Ojulari manning the pass-rush, Clowney would be a magnificent depth addition. A major concern for Ojulari heading into the new campaign is his ability to stay healthy too, as he missed 10 games last season. If things continue to be a problem for him, or he needs a break, Clowney would be a great option behind him.

At 6-5, 255 pounds, Clowney's presence alone up front would be great to see for the Giants defense. He's known for bulldozing his way through blockers to post QB pressures. All three of these guys would be solid options for the Giants, as depth here is a bit of a problem.

There's plenty of time for Schoen to work his magic and see if these pass-rushers would have interest in doing something special at MetLife Stadium in '23.

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