The Giants have agreed to terms with Tim Hasselbeck (three years, $2.25 million) and kick returner Chad Morton (four years, $3.9 million).
The Giants also added cornerback R.W. McQuarters. McQuarters got a three-year, $6 million contract with a signing bonus of $2 million. McQuarters, 29, is an eight-year veteran who played last season with the Lions.
The Giants also signed Cardinals safety Quentin Harris, 29. Harris is good on special teams but should only be a backup safety.
Primary source here is the New York Post.
I like these moves because with the exception of defensive tackle and WLB, the Giants no longer have any obvious holes. In other words they won’t have to reach for a CB or a safety in the draft.