It has been rumored that Big Blue is interested in Eagles' DE Brandon Graham to replace Mathias Kiwanuka. From Rotoworld:
Best suited to a 4-3 defense, Graham would be an excellent fit in New York, rushing off the edge opposite Jason Pierre-Paul. He'd be a significant upgrade on outgoing Mathias Kiwanuka. Graham's market has been quiet for most of the weekend, which perhaps suggests he's going to come at a bargain price.Graham was never really a fit in Philly and also did not make the most of his opportunities when they came, only recording 14 sacks over the past three seasons. He is a fit for the Giants' situational DE role and could be a real asset if used properly.
As we wrote the other day, a RB is also on the Giants' shopping list this March. There are a ton available come Tuesday but the Giants are focused on the more versatile ones that can hit the "home run" (Raanan Mar 8).
Washington's Roy Helu, Jr. and Antone Brown of Atlanta are two smaller backs the Giants are reportedly interested in. Both are shifty, change-up types that can catch the football out of the backfield.
Washington used Helu as a change-of-pace option for Alfred Morris the past few seasons. While not the explosive playmaker the Giants were hoping to get when they drafted Wilson in the first round out of Virginia Tech in 2012, Helu does bring versatility to the table.If Rashad Jennings and Andre Williams stay relatively healthy, there won't be many snaps to be had for a third back, which is why the Giants may feel they can sign one of these two players for the third wheel role.
Smith, 29, brings that big-play ability the Giants were hoping to have with Wilson. He had five touchdowns on 36 touches this past season, including a 74-yard touchdown reception against the Giants in a Week 5 loss.