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Roster moves: Giants trade for Denver Broncos CB Isaac Yiadom

The Giants add to their cornerback depth

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The New York Giants have traded with the Denver Broncos for CB Isaac Yiadom. The Giants reportedly sent the Broncos a seventh-round pick in the 2021 draft in exchange for Yiadom.

Yiadom drafted out of Boston College in the third round in the 2018 NFL Draft. Since entering the League he has played in 29 games with 9 starts for Denver. Over that period he has had 63 tackles (1 for a loss), 7 passes defensed, and 1 interception.

Yiadom has good size at 6-foot-1, 190 pounds and very good length with 32 14 inch arms. With his starting experience he should immediately enter into the equation across from James Bradberry, along with Corey Ballentine, Brandon Williams, and KeiVarae Russell. At the very least this is a low-cost move that could help improve the depth of the Giants’ secondary.

We will bring you the Giants’ corresponding roster move when we learn it. Things are about to get busy around Giants land, so stay with Big Blue View for all the details.