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Giants to Host Former Bills DB/ST Siran Neal for Visit Monday

The Giants are lining up visits in an attempt to fill roster holes.

The New York Giants figure to be very busy once the legal free agency negotiating period opens Monday, as a stream of potential free agents flows through the team's East Rutherford headquarters.

But until then, the Giants, who were rescheduled to meet with former Jaguars cornerback Darious Williams on Sunday, have reportedly lined up a visit with former Buffalo Bills defensive back and special teams contributor Siran Neal. According to Cameron Wolfe of the NFL Network, that visit is set for Monday.

Neal was among several cap-saving moves made by the Bills last week. A fifth-round pick by Buffalo in 2018 out of Jacksonville State, his release saved the Bills nearly $3 million. He is reportedly drawing interest from several teams, including the New England Patriots and the New York Jets.

Neal has appeared in 97 games for the Bills, with one start on defense, where he can contribute at both cornerback and safety. He's more well known, however, for his work on special teams, where he's racked up 115 career tackles as part of the kick and punt coverage units. He has finished as the Bills' regular season leader in total special teams tackles in five of his six seasons with the team.