Giants continue to beef up their defense
I think it’s safe to say that the New York Giants are done spending big in free agency with all of the money that they’ve put into defensive lineman Leonard Williams, wide receiver Kenny Golladay and most recently cornerback Adoree Jackson.
With the big spending out of the way, the Giants will now look to add depth and competition for next season by signing cheaper players.
Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reported on Tuesday that the Giants have agreed to terms with former Washington Football Team outside linebacker Ryan Anderson.
The 26 year-old Anderson was a second round pick of Washington’s back in 2017. He will be turning 27 in August.
Anderson played his college ball at the University of Alabama and has accumulated 86 tackles, six sacks, five forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and one pass deflection during his career so far.
Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle has the details on how much the Giants will be paying Anderson.
The two biggest needs the Giants still have are at offensive guard and edge rusher. They can fill both of those needs in the draft next month.
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