The Giants got more help in their secondary as they have reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with veteran CB B.W. Webb, his agent Sunny Shah announced on Twitter.
Webb, a former fourth-round pick by the Cowboys back in 2013, has jumped around the NFL with the Giants being his seventh team since becoming a pro. He played in 15 games his rookie season, totaling 16 tackles in that span. Then, Webb played 11 games with the Steelers in 2014, and nine games with the Titans in 2015.
His last active season was with the Saints in 2016, where he tallied 28 tackles and one interception in 14 games. However, after spending time in Bears camp in preseason last year, he was eventually cut and didn't play the rest of the season. He spent a week in Browns camp as well.
Webb is another free-agent acquisition the Giants will have compete for the void left by Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. They also added CB Teddy Williams this offseason as well.