Texans strong safety C.C. Brown will visit with the Giants on Tuesday, according to Alex Marves of FOXSports.com.
Brown was a sixth-round pick in 2005, and he started 13 games as a rookie.  He continued to be a full-time starter until fracturing a forearm in the third game of the 2008 season.
The Giants currently have only three safeties on the roster — Kenny Phillips, Michael Johnson, and Steve Cargile.  But the team’s online depth chart currently lists no one at strong safety
James Butler, a 14-game starter in 2008, is a free-agent.  He recently visited the Browns.  Backup Sammy Knight was cut last month.