New York Giants to get visit from Ryan Mundy


The New York Giants are bringing in former Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Mundy in for a free a free agent visit on Thursday.

According to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News, Mundy was scheduled to arrive in New York Wednesday night and visit with the Giants on Thursday.

Mundy has only started five games in four seasons for the Steelers and is likely a backup option for the Giants. New York already appears set at safety with Antrel Rolle and Stevie Brown (who has been offered a second-round tender as a restricted free agent) expected to be the starters next season. Kenny Phillips is an unrestricted free agent.

However, if Mundy signs with the Giants, he could compete with Will Hill and Tyler Sash for the third safety job.

Mundy has made 130 tackles and one interception in four seasons with the Steelers.

11 responses to “New York Giants to get visit from Ryan Mundy

  1. He was awful when pressed into service last season. I wish him the best of luck wherever he goes, though…

  2. Lets all get ready for the typical ” solid signing by Reese and the giants ” lol giants fans are so stupid. Steve brown benefits from being able to cherry pick lets see how he does this year. He and the other brown are like jpp one great year and these guys are the greatest ever lol. I get it giants fans you won two superbowls and haven’t done anything in between you are the nfl’s version of the Florida marlins don’t forget that

  3. Good guy. Marginal, at best, backup safety. Bad things happen when he’s pressed into the lineup for any length of time.

    Mundy was out of control and jumped way down into the box on the infamous Tebow overtime play in the 2011 playoffs. He was only in the game because Ryan Clark can’t play in the Denver altitude, but he got burned continually in that game.

    Go back and look at last year’s Oakland game when he was again pressed into the starting lineup. Ugly, at best.

    Best of luck, wherever he lands. I’m just glad it most likely won’t be in Pittsburgh. This is one of those addition by subtraction scenarios.


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