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Giants work out several players, including 2023 undrafted WR

The Giants worked out a receiver, two cornerbacks, and an offensive lineman

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The New York Giants worked out several players on Tuesday, per Dan Duggan of The Athletic. Undrafted receiver Michael Jefferson came in for a visit, while offensive lineman Jordan Roos and cornerbacks Thomas Graham and Chris Jackson worked out for the team.

Jefferson is the most interesting name of the bunch. Dane Brugler, The Athletic’s draft guru, projected him as a sixth-round pick before an unfortunate injury from a car accident caused him to go undrafted. Jefferson racked up 51 receptions, 810 receiving yards, and seven touchdowns as a fifth-year senior at Louisiana.

Roos started three games at guard for the Titans last season. He allowed 10 pressures, including 5 quarterback hits, and posted a 61.4 Pro Football Focus run-blocking grade and a 24.6 pass-blocking grade. Other than that, he has been mostly a bench or practice squad player throughout his career.

Graham and Jackson, meanwhile, have seen various bits of game action from 2021-23. Graham posted a 71.3 coverage grade on 30 coverage snaps in one 2022 game.

Overall, these appear to be workouts for practice squad depth or perhaps with an eye toward reserve/futures contracts for next season.