The New York Giants are looking to spend the 2014 NFL offseason improving their secondary, but they are unlikely to land any of the top players on the market because of the market price that was set when the Green Bay Packers delivered a big money deal to Sam Shields.
However, the Giants will still be able to land some quality players if they focus their attention in the right direction and they appear to be doing just that.
According to the Newark Star-Ledger, the Giants are interested in some of the second-tier cornerbacks including Baltimore Ravens free agent defensive back Corey Graham.
Graham has made his impact felt as a slot corner in nickel packages for the Ravens, and that is exactly the role he would fill in New York by replacing Terrell Thomas.
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