Add the New York Giants to the list of potential Tom Brady suitors. According to NFL Network’s Michael Girardi, league executives and coaches view the Giants, Las Vegas Raiders and Tennessee Titans as teams that might try to sign the New England Patriots’ quarterback.

It’s been reported that the Raiders will make a play for Brady in their first season away from Oakland. Tennessee has been linked to Brady as the Titans decide what to do with Ryan Tannehill.

New York had been nowhere near the discussion regarding Brady’s free agency before Wednesday. Even calling the Giants a long-shot destination for the 42-year-old would probably be generous.

There are several reasons why New York and Brady aren’t a good fit. 

The Giants aren’t close to being a Super Bowl contender. New York has suffered at least 11 losses in three straight seasons. The Giants went 4-12 in the 2019 season, allowing more points than 29 other teams.

Daniel Jones was drafted sixth overall by New York in 2019. The rookie had plenty of growing pains in 12 starts, though he showed signs of being a potential franchise quarterback.

Saquon Barkley, Evan Engram, Golden Tate and Sterling Shepard probably give New York a better group of playmakers than New England, but it’s hard to believe that Brady would turn the Giants into a real threat in the NFC.

New Giants head coach Joe Judge was a Patriots assistant coach from 2012-2019. Judge has been adamant that no player on New York’s roster is guaranteed a starting job in 2020, including Jones.

"Every one of our players is going to come here with a blank slate and be able to compete from the ground up from Day 1," Judge told reporters Tuesday at the NFL Scouting Combine. "I'm not going to establish any kind of status or hierarchy within the individual players or position groups by spending a month talking about individuals. That's important to me and I want you guys to understand my reason for that. I can't tell everyone that they've got an equal slate and they show up on April 7 and I've spent a month talking about a specific player. Everyone is going to have the same opportunity on a daily basis to compete."

Jones threw for 3,027 yards, 24 touchdowns, 12 interceptions and an 87.7 passer rating in his rookie season. He went 3-9 as a starter, committing 23 total turnovers.

Eli Manning was benched in favor of Jones after Week 2. Manning retired in January after a 16-year career with the Giants.

Manning and the Giants beat Brady and the Patriots twice in the Super Bowl.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady scrambles against the New York Giants during the second quarter in the NFL Super Bowl XLVI football game in Indianapolis, Indiana New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady scrambles against the New York Giants during the second quarter in the NFL Super Bowl XLVI football game in Indianapolis, Indiana, February 5, 2012. Photo: Reuters