Reports: Giants agree to terms with pair of cornerbacks

The New York Giants agreed to terms with cornerbacks Maurice Canady and Khalil Dorsey, multiple media outlets reported on Wednesday.

Both players previously competed under Giants defensive coordinator Wink Martindale in Baltimore. Like Canady and Dorsey, defensive tackle Justin Ellis and edge rusher Jihad Ward are also former Ravens to sign with New York this offseason.

The reported additions of Canady and Dorsey came on the same day that the NFC East rival Philadelphia Eagles agreed to terms with former Giants cornerback James Bradberry to a one-year contract.

Canady, 27, recorded six tackles while playing in eight games last season with the Dallas Cowboys. He has collected 86 tackles, one interception, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery in 40 career games (four starts) with the Ravens, New York Jets and Cowboys.

Dorsey, 24, registered two tackles while playing in six games with the Ravens in 2020. He did not play last season due to an undisclosed injury.