- Ohm Youngmisuk, ESPN Staff Writer
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The New York Giants are always looking to see what they can unearth in the free agent market.
A source confirms the Giants will bring linebacker Aaron Curry in for a visit on Thursday, as first reported by the New York Daily News.
The fourth overall pick in the 2009 draft has not played since being waived by the Raiders in November of 2012. He was limited to two games with the Raiders last season due to knee issues. He's played in a total of 18 games over the last three seasons for the Raiders and Seahawks.
The Giants are always in the market for finding a quality player be it one who is coming back from injury or one who has run out of options on the free-agent market and will sign on the cheap. In this case, the Giants can use another body at linebacker and if Curry shows anything in the workout, what do they have to lose?
The Giants did not draft a linebacker last month but could add another veteran in free agency before training camp.