With Eli Manning and Alex Tanney potentially leaving this offseason, the Giants will bring in former Georgia State and CFL quarterback Nate Arbuckle for a workout Tuesday.
The Giants seem set at quarterback for the long term with Daniel Jones under center, but they will still need a viable option at the backup position.
Arbuckle, 26, most recently played for the Calgary Stampede after signing with the team as an undrafted free agent in 2016 -- Arbuckle spent some time at Pittsburgh Steeler rookie mini-camp before heading up to to the CFL.
The Georgia State product threw for 2103 yards, 11 touchdowns and five interceptions on 174-of-238 passing this past season in Calgary after replacing their injured starter Bo Levi Mitchell. Arbuckle went 4-3 as the starter.
In his final year at Georgia State, Arbuckle set a Sun Belt conference record with 3368 passing yards, while also setting school records with 307 completions and 28 touchdowns.
Arbuckle is set to become a free agent this upcoming offseason.