The New York Giants are still feeling the effects of a little buyer’s remorse after giving Alec Ogletree a five-year, $42 million contract that he never lived up to. Before moving to the ‘Big Apple’, Ogletree racked up 676 total tackles, 7.5 sacks, and six interceptions in his first 67 games.
He picked off six more passes with the Giants in his last 26 games, but he’s only managed two sacks in the past two seasons (and none in 2019). His best days are behind him.
Here’s a note for any NFL team that’s looking to add Nick Vigil. Don’t play him on running downs. He can help out in coverage somewhat, but he’s going to get run over a lot if the other team is consistent and talented with their running game.
Haason Reddick has never lived up to the first-round draft selection that the Arizona Cardinals used on him in 2017. He’s 25 years old, so maybe all hope isn’t lost. Maybe he can be coached into being a nice reserve option. So far, he hasn’t proven that he has what it takes to be an NFL starter.