2 players the New York Giants should try to trade for this offseason

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The New York Giants are preparing to begin a new era in the organization after parting ways with Pat Shurmur after two seasons. To replace Shurmur, the Giants chose to hire Joe Judge — the special teams coordinator of the New England Patriots.

The decision to hire Judge was met with mixed reviews from fans in New York. With that being said, this offseason is a crucial one for the Giants as they embark on an unknown journey.

Just a month or so before free agency gets underway, the Giants currently posses $61.2 million in cap space, according to Spotrac. That is more than enough for New York to address a majority of their needs in free agency.

Aside from free agency, the Giants will also have the No. 4 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Most are expecting New York to select an offensive tackle early in the upcoming draft.

Excluding offensive tackle, New York could definitely be in the market for a cornerback. Whether it’s through free agency or by way of a trade, it would be best for them to add a veteran corner. In light of that, here are two players the Giants should try to trade for this offseason.