On Friday, tight end Brandon Myers and corner Corey Webster saw their deals automatically void. Myers had signed a four-year deal with the Giants last season with three voidable years. Webster, meanwhile, had one voidable year remaining on his contract. Those deals voided at 4 p.m. Friday.
Brandon Myers finished the season catching just 47 passes for 522 yards, and was considered a disappointment while Webster appeared in just four games thanks to a series of injuries, although he was supplanted by journeyman Trumaine McBride long before being placed on season-ending injured reserve in December.
This is great news for Charles James, who could come in and step up in a nickel role.