"That's an issue, no doubt," Coughlin said. "We do have one more access to bringing in personnel, obviously the draft. We have a couple guys in the program, [Nat] Berhe we really like as a rookie as a special-teamer. We have injured players coming back that hopefully will help. There is concern, no doubt."
The two safeties listed on the roster are Berhe and the oft-injured Cooper Taylor, who is entering his third season with the club and has yet to be assigned a position on the defense.
A third possibility, second-year CB Bennett Jackson, is coming off a season in which he was cut and then signed back to the practice squad. He then spent the season on IR after undergoing microfracture surgery.
Coughlin said switching Jackson was a "possibility" but then said he was player that "none of us know much about."
After whiffing in free agency on the available safeties, the Giants will be looking for answers in the draft in the UDFA market this May.