Report: Giants set for visit with free-agent CB Darious Williams

The New York Giants are reportedly set to meet with former Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback, Darious Williams.

According to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, the Giants are bringing Williams in for a visit on Sunday. Williams was recently cut by the Jaguars in a cap-saving move.

The 30-year-old cornerback was originally an undrafted free-agent signing of the Baltimore Ravens in 2018. He has also appeared in games with the Los Angeles Rams and Jaguars.

In 2023, Williams tallied four interceptions and 19 passes defensed. He was targeted 100 times in coverage and gave up a completion rate of 55.0% and surrendered a career-low passer rating of 63.9.

The Giants are in the market for cornerback help this offseason, with three of their secondary members from 2023 hitting free agency, a group that includes Adoree’ Jackson, Darnay Holmes and Keion Crossen.

Spotrac estimates that Williams will receive a two-year deal worth $25.6 million, which works out to an annual average salary of $12.8 million.

Story originally appeared on Giants Wire