New York Giants Sign Former Commanders Safety

The New York Giants have been making moves to revamp their secondary ahead of the upcoming NFL season.

The Giants further bolstered their defense on Tuesday by signing veteran defensive back Bobby McCain to a one-year contract.

McCain, who played for the Washington Commanders over the past two seasons, is expected to replace Love as the team's hybrid defensive back.

In his eight-year NFL career, McCain has recorded 393 total tackles, four sacks, and 11 interceptions, two forced fumbles and 44 passes defended across 121 games.

His most productive seasons were with Washington, where he notched 139 tackles, 14 passes defended, and four interceptions across the last two years.

Pro Football Focus graded McCain's performance in the 2022 season at 61.4 overall.

At 29 years old, McCain should be a good addition to the Giants' roster on a one-year deal.

These moves suggest the Giants are actively seeking to improve their defense and could potentially continue making changes to their secondary before the start of the new season. Photo Credit: Danielle Parhizkaran/ / USA TODAY NETWORK