Breaking: Tennessee Titans Confirm The Departure Of Another Top Veteran

**NY Giants Consider Signing Former Titans CB for Possible Shane Bowen Reunion**

The NY Giants are exploring potential additions to their cornerbacks room as training camp approaches. General Manager Joe Schoen recently invited a veteran defensive back for a workout, suggesting that a new signing might be imminent.

NFL reporter Aaron Wilson revealed that Schoen and his team hosted former Tennessee Titans cornerback Joshua Kalu for a visit and workout. The Giants are in need of more depth in their CB unit, raising the possibility of a new acquisition.

Kalu has a connection with the Giants’ new defensive coordinator, Shane Bowen, having played under him with the Titans from 2018-20 and again in 2022 after a brief stint with the Giants in 2021. Unfortunately, Kalu’s time with the Giants was cut short due to a torn pectoral muscle during the preseason.

Returning to the Titans in 2022, Kalu appeared in 16 games, starting five of them. He recorded 42 total tackles, five pass deflections, one forced fumble, and one interception. In 2023, Kalu had brief periods with the Commanders and Dolphins on their practice squads.

The Giants plan to rely on Deonte Banks as their primary cornerback, with Cor’Dale Flott expected to take on the CB2 role. Head coach Brian Daboll has praised Flott this offseason, raising fan expectations for his performance. However, the reaction to Kalu’s potential signing has been lukewarm, with fans showing more interest in higher-profile free agents like Xavien Howard and Stephon Gilmore.

Financial constraints play a significant role in the Giants’ decision-making. With limited cap space, adding a low-cost player like Kalu is a practical move. If more funds become available, potentially through the release or retirement of Darren Waller, the Giants might consider pursuing bigger names like Howard or Gilmore.

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