As for Alexander, a favorite of defensive coordinator Tim Lewis that had a team-high four picks last season, his representative Jim Solano was unaware of the Giants' move and said that his client is not necessarily planning to retire, as the Giants initially intimated.
While the Green move was no surprise and his brief Giants career comes to a screeching halt, Whittle may possibly be re-signed at a later date – for a much cheaper price than his more than $1 million salary.
Alexander, Green, Whittle axed
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