2. Parris Campbell
The veteran wide receiver was supposed to be an instant playmaker in a Giants’ wide receiver unit that had a lot of questions heading into this season.
However, Campbell failed to duplicate what he did in 2022 with the Indianapolis Colts in his first and potentially only season in New York. The 26-year-old receiver was a healthy scratch for the last five games of the regular season, which summed up his time in the Big Apple.
Campbell had 20 receptions (27 targets) for 104 yards in 12 games. The former second-round pick started the first three games of the season where he averaged 5.3 targets per game. Nonetheless, that number went down to 1.2 targets per game over Campbell’s next nine games. After having 623 yards and three touchdowns in 2022 with the Colts, Giants fans thought they were getting a steal in Campbell, who could be a viable receiving option.
But that dream never came to fruition as Isaiah Hodgins (230) and backup tight end Daniel Bellinger (255) had more yards than Campbell.