Due to being decimated by injury the New York Giants have reached out to former friend and safety Stevie Brown.
By Robby Sabo
The safety position for the New York Giants is one of desperation. Not only has rookie second-round draft pick Landon Collins gotten banged up, but their depth has been completely destroyed.
Nat Behre is out for the season with a calf; Bennett Jackson has a serious knee situation; and Justin Currie has a bad ankle.
This must be the reason general manager Jerry Reese has already reached out to former Giants safety Stevie Brown, via Dan Granziano of ESPN New York.
Brown, 28, played three seasons with New York from 2012 through 2014. In 2012 he pleasantly surprised with eight interceptions.
Brandon Meriweather was added a little over a week ago to add depth.
Kickoff against the New York Jets goes down at 7 PM ET from MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ.
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