4 underrated moves the NY Giants have made this offseason

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1. Signing wideout Parris Campbell

Fans absolutely loved this signing the Giants made. When healthy, wide receiver Parris Campbell is a solid receiver and he's got great potential in this offense. The Giants signed Campbell this offseason on a one-year deal with hopes he can build on a strong 2022 campaign with Indianapolis.

In limited action with the Colts in 2022, Campbell had 623 receiving yards on 63 receptions with three touchdowns and he averaged almost 10 yards per catch. Those were all career-bests for Campbell and that was with poor quarterback play with the Colts. If he can replicate those numbers or even exceed them, this move may turn out to be one of the better ones the Giants made this offseason.

But of course, the Giants main concern for Campbell is for him to stay healthy as he has been dealing with injuries throughout his four-year career. However, it was definitely a good sign to see Campbell healthy on the field for most of the 2022 season. Daniel Jones and him have also been working on chemistry in East Rutherford. Campbell could be in line for an impressive campaign.

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