Latimer was selected in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft, when the Broncos actually traded up to get him and felt like he could adequately replace what they were losing in Eric Decker.
That makes a second former Broncos receiver/returnman the Giants have signed since December.
Wynn had signed a one-year deal prior to last season and ended up making the team after a strong training camp. Sharp is under contract for 2018 at the moment, too. It is likely the Giants need that money in order to finish up their business in free agency. Marshall, 33, is due to count $6.1 million against the salary cap, and cutting him would save the Giants $5.1 million on the cap.
The Giants also welcomed a newcomer to the defense in Webb. He came out of the University of IN and was the 56th overall pick IN the draft. Last season, the 6-foot-3 wideout had a career-high 19 catches for 287 yards and two TDs. He played 252 snaps last season, just under 23 percent of the Giants' defensive plays.
Jordan Mason and Seth Woodard each drove in three runs and Brandon Ginch scored twice for the Captains (15-4), who won their seventh straight game. He had 14 tackles, one sack and five special teams tackles.
The Giants are also reportedly hosting free agent defensive lineman Josh Mauro for a visit. Webb was released by the Browns last week.
For his career, Webb has appeared in 49 games and made nine starts (seven coming with the Saints in 2016).
After being cut by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Mauro signed with the Arizona Cardinals in November of 2014 where he played through last season. He could add depth as a backup slot corner and special teamer for the Giants.
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