The Giants shocked everyone on Sunday when they decided to release former third-round pick QB Davis Webb. But they are moving on with their quarterback plan, and starting to host workouts to see if someone can vie to be Eli Manning's backup.
Free-agent QB Matt McGloin will be the first one up, as NFL Network's Ian Rapoport says he will work out for the team on Tuesday. McGloin was recently cut by the Chiefs over the weekend.
McGloin, who was originally drafted by the Raiders back in 2013, last played in the NFL in 2016. It was brief, going 8-for-15 over the span of three games. He has primarily been a backup since he came out of Penn State.
Right now, the Giants' depth has fourth-rounder Kyle Lauletta and journeyman Alex Tanney in order behind Manning. That has the possibility to change depending on what the Giants decide to do, especially with players coming in for workouts now.
The Giants are also set to host workouts for WR/KR JoJo Natson and WR Breshad Perriman, sources told SNY's Ralph Vacchiano. Natson played seven games with the Jets last season, and Perriman was a former first-round by the Ravens back in 2015. They released him over the weekend.