The New York football Giants (yes, I just went Chris Berman on everybody) are hoping to turn things around in 2014. This team needs work at almost every position, mostly their offensive line and secondary.
Speaking of their secondary, veteran corner-back Corey Webster‘s contract has avoided according to New York Daily News. This makes him an unrestricted free agent after he was limited to only four games this year with the Giants.
Webster recorded only 13 tackles in what could have been his final year with the New York Giants. Corey was drafted by the Giants in the 2nd round back in 2005 and has played almost every game in his career. He’s missed a handful before this year’s bust.
It has to be frustrating for not only the Giants, but Corey himself. The Giants were hoping to compete for the division title, only to fall to 7-9 on the year. I mean, it could have been a lot worse right? They could have been the Washington Redskins.
Redskins won the division last year but failed to win more than three games this year. Disappointing, but both of these teams will be looking to bounce back in 2014.