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How will youth impact the Giants’ secondary?

How will youth impact the Giants’ secondary?

Let’s look at other secondaries around the league to find out After selecting three cornerbacks in the 2019 NFL Draft — and a fourth in the 2018 Supplemental Draft — the secondary of the New York Giants is set to be young. That doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Last season, the Giants’ secondary was not one of the league’s better units, ranked 26th against the pass per Football Outsiders’ DVOA. Despite some inexperience — UDFA Grant Haley turned into a starter, B.W. Webb was a starter after serving as a role player for much of his career, Curtis Riley was in his first season...

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