Unfortunately, the Giants have had a pretty good offseason.

They signed Kenny Golladay to a four-year deal and added John Ross on a cheap “prove-it” deal. They tagged and extended Leonard Williams, added Kyle Rudolph, and went out and brought in Devontae Booker and Mike Glennon for depth at RB and QB.

Not a bad haul. There are a good amount of cap-friendly additions, but it would be a nice way to dot the I and cross the T, figuratively, if they also added:


Jackson might just be using this Eagles visit as leverage. All of the noise on social media seems to suggest that New York is the landing spot, especially when you read stuff like this:

Adoree’ Jackson is a really good player. Started well for the Titans and then had the back-end of his rookie deal screwed up by injuries, which is why the Giants might be able to get him for something like one year, six million, or seven million, or something in that range. It’s not dissimilar from the Malik Hooker situation, where both guys were first-round picks who ultimately had their fifth-year options declined. The feeling about each guy’s future is slightly different, mostly because Jackson was the more consistent player (and a top corner) while Hooker’s injury history was a lot worse than what Jackson went through (foot and knee injuries).

For Eagle purposes, New York putting Jackson opposite of James Bradberry is a problematic tandem. That’s a damn good duo. The G-Men are turning the corner, and won’t stink forever. Joe Judge, who is a “football guy” and a “leader of men,” will unfortunately have these losers playing better football in the near future. The Birds are gonna have to find a way to move it forward sooner rather than later, because the division can only improve from the collective putridness we witnessed in 2020.