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Report: Giants Interested In WR Hogan, RT Remmers, DE Golden

Big Blue Could Use Help In All 3 Areas

March 14, 2019 - 3:27 pm


The Giants have missed out on essentially all the big-time names in free agency. It's on to the next class of players for Big Blue after trading Odell Beckham Jr. and Olivier Vernon to the Browns. 

According to the NY Daily News, the Giants are interested in ex-Patriots wide receiver Chris Hogan. The 31-year-old Hogan is a New Jersey native and had some success with the Patriots. With Sterling Shepard as the Giants top receiver right now, they can clearly use a lot of help at the position. 

According to multiple reports, the Giants are also interested in ex-Vikings right tackle Mike Remmers. He reportedly is meeting with the team Thursday. The 29-year-old with 64 starts under his belt was signed by Dave Gettleman in 2014 with the Panthers. Remmers was a part of that team that made the Super Bowl. He was released Monday by the Vikings. If they get a deal done, he would join the newly acquired Kevin Zeitler on a much-improved offensive line. 

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Finally, according to multiple reports, the Giants are interested in ex-Cardinals defensive end Markus Golden. The 28-year-old pass rusher missed five games last season and 12 games in 2017, but recorded 12.5 sacks for the Cardinals in 2016. The Giants badly need some help on their defensive line and Golden would not cost much. 

The Giants could use some help all over the field at this point. They have plenty of draft picks to address their needs, but still have work to do in free agency. So far, they have only signed veteran safety Antoine Bethea to a two-year deal.