New York Giants Work Out Familiar Face At Safety

The New York Giants have been one of, if not the biggest surprises in the NFL so far in 2022, but with injuries to Daniel Jones and Tyrod Taylor over the weekend, compounding the one suffered by Sterling Shepherd a week ago, the team certainly isn't in the best of health. That's why, on top of telling the media that they'd work out some backup Quarterback's, the team today worked out a very familiar face at Safety, who could certainly help their playoff push in the NFC East in 2022. 

Landon Collins was drafted in round two of the 2015 NFL Draft, at No. 33 overall by the Giants, and while he had his best career year with New York back in 2016, with 4 sacks and 5 interceptions, he's remained a very solid safety in the NFL ever since.

Collins has spent the last three years of his career in Washington, and after not finding a team for 2022, the connection with the Giants make sense, especially with all the young talent they've got on the defensive side of the ball. Collins certainly isn't the playmaker he once was, he could be a valuable leader for this Giants team, and if Kayvon Thibodeaux and Azeez Ojulari can continue getting to the QB, Collins could be huge on the back end.

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