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The New York Giants attempted to sign a free-agent cornerback before his retirement from the NFL  

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Interest in Steven Nelson: The New York Giants reportedly had interest in signing cornerback Steven Nelson during free agency. 

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Nelson's Retirement: Before the Giants could pursue Nelson, he announced his retirement from the NFL. 

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Prospective Offers: The Giants, along with other teams, made prospective contract offers or serious inquiries about signing Nelson during the offseason 

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Multiple Suitors: Nelson had to decide whether to continue playing, considering the interest from several teams. 

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Drafted Andru Phillips: Instead of signing Nelson, the Giants drafted Andru Phillips from Kentucky in the third round to compete for the starting nickel role. 

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Development of Cor'Dale Flott: The Giants are relying on the development of third-year cornerback Cor'Dale Flott for the starting role opposite Deonte Banks. 

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Potential Benefit: Adding Nelson would have strengthened the Giants' secondary, which has some uncertainties. 

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Interest Indicates Strategy: Although they didn't sign Nelson, the Giants' interest suggests they were willing to make moves to address their cornerback needs. 

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