Dallas Cowboys cornerback Byron Jones enters free agency as arguably the best player available at his position, and will surely demand a high paycheck for his services.
The Giants just brought in former Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett to be their new offensive coordinator, so although Jones would be on the defensive side of the ball, there's still that connection.
But signing the former first-round pick would certainly take a nice chunk of money out of the $75 million in cap space the Giants have available this offseason, as Jones will reportedly ask for upwards of $16 million a year and $50 million in guarantees, per CBS Sports contributor Joel Corry.
However, a number of draft boards have the Giants selecting Ohio State CB Jeff Okudah with the No. 4 overall pick in this year's NFL draft, so maybe they'd prefer to spend a fraction of the cost on a No. 1 CB option instead.
Walker and Benjamin also have the Eagles and Redskins as possible Jones destinations, saying he'll likely stay in the NFC East.