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The Chris and Joe Show - Previewing the cornerback offseason for the Giants

What does the cornerback situation look like as the Giants head into the offseason

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There are few positions on a modern football that are more important than the cornerback. There are also few positions that have a sharper learning curve from college to the NFL than the cornerback position.

Given that sharp learning curve, it shouldn’t be much of a surprise that the New York Giants collection of young cornerbacks — DeAndre Baker, Sam Beal, Corey Ballentine, and Grant Haley — all struggled in 2019. It also shouldn’t be much of a surprise that their struggles had serious consequences for the defense as a whole.

But what should the Giants do about it? It’s time for The Chris and Joe Show to take a look at the state of the Giants’ cornerbacks and their options for the position going forward.

In This Podcast

  • What we liked from the Giants’ corners in 2019
  • What we didn’t like
  • Should the Giants look for a corner in 2020?
  • Options on the free agent market
  • Top draft prospects at the cornerback position
  • Mid-round cornerbacks who could help

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