There’s no denying that the Giants desperately need to bolster the secondary this offseason. After releasing Janoris Jenkins near the end of the 2019 season, New York’s top four corners on the depth chart were in their first or second year in the NFL.
Due to the lack of experience, the Giants could scour free agency for a proven veteran. Or they could choose to take a look at the trade market to add an experienced cornerback.
Even though Ron Rivera is now manning the head coaching position for the Washington Redskins, some players still want out. Among those players, Quinton Dunbar has recently requested a trade or his release from the team.
Dunbar had the best year of his career in 2019 as he started in 11 games for the Redskins. The receiver-turned-cornerback recorded eight deflections and a career-high four interceptions this season. If the Giants can’t land one of the marquee free agents, Dunbar wouldn’t be an awful contingency plan.