Ranking possible wide receiver targets for the Giants in free agency

Could these wide receivers be on the Giants radar?

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There's no question that the New York Giants have a lot of things to address on both sides of the football this offseason. After a nine-win season in 2022 and a playoff berth and win, Big Blue took a major step back in 2023 and they need to bounce back.

Despite the issues the Giants have on both offense and defense, the wide receiver position should be a spot where the Giants need to think the most to figure out. The Giants have not had a 1,000-yard wideout since Odell Beckham Jr. in 2018 and that can't keep going.

In a tough division like the NFC East, the Giants have to think big this offseason at the wide receiver position if they want to compete with the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles. Their offense could elevate if they go out and take a look at these wide receiver targets:

4. Curtis Samuel

Wide receiver Curtis Samuel won't blow you away, but is someone that the Giants could definitely rely on in the passing game if they pick him up. Samuel has shown flashes of being a speedy wideout, making some big plays with the football which is why the Giants should not get any blowback if they decide to sign him.

Despite not having a 1,000-yard season under his belt in his seven-year career with both the Carolina Panthers and Washington Commanders, Samuel has still put up some productive stats that the Giants should really take note of. Over his last five years in particular, he's had at least 600 yards receiving in four of those seasons and set a career-high in receiving yards with 851 back in 2020.

Despite injuries being a big question for Samuel with him having a nagging groin injury, this is a move for the Giants that won't cost them too much and he could be matched up perfectly with Darius Slayton, Jalin Hyatt and Wan'Dale Robinson.