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B.W. Webb latest cornerback added by Giants in free agency

That makes three corners added as Giants try to build depth

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B.W. Webb
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The New York Giants continued on Monday to make small free-agent additions to their secondary, signing cornerback B.W. Webb.

Webb was selected in the fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft by the Dallas Cowboys. He has played for a different team in each of his four seasons, with stops in Dallas, Pittsburgh, Tennessee, and New Orleans. Webb, 28, played in 14 games last season with seven starts for the Saints. Webb has also spent time with the Bears and Browns, though he never appeared in games for either of those teams.

The Giants made Webb’s signing official late Monday afternoon. The Giants have also added cornerbacks Teddy Williams and Curtis Riley.

Webb is listed at 5-foot-10, 184 pounds.

The Giants cut Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, and free agent Ross Cockrell does not appear to be headed back to the Giants.

Earlier Monday, the Giants also reportedly re-signed defensive end Kerry Wynn.