Deon Grant (34) of the New York Giants breaks up a pass intended for Ryan Grant (25) of the Green Bay Packers during their NFC Divisional playoff game at Lambeau Field on January 15, 2012 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
The New York Daily News reported over the weekend that the 33-year-old Grant, an 11-year veteran who spent the last two seasons with the Giants, "expects to re-sign with the Giants sometime during training camp."
My question for you is, do you want that to happen?
Grant had 62 tackles, a sack, an interception and six passes defensed last season. His presence allowed defensive coordinator Perry Fewell to often utilize the three-safety alignment he likes.
There is no obvious replacement for Grant on the Giants' roster, as several young, unproven players will compete in training camp for the spot that belonged to Grant the past two years.
Should the Giants re-sign the veteran and try to squeeze one more year from him, or should they just go with whichever young safety earns the job have an opportunity? Vote in the poll
Should the New York Giants re-sign Deon Grant?
Yes, definitely (503 votes)
No, it's time to move on (256 votes)
Yes, if no one else shows they can handle the role (709 votes)
1468 total votes