Glauber: Players Gettleman has removed from Giants have done pretty well

It’s bad enough that the Giants are 1-5 and in the midst of yet another nightmarish season that will end in disappointment unless there’s a minor miracle during the next 11 games.

Making matters worse: Many of the players cast aside during Dave Gettleman’s time as general manager are enjoying success elsewhere. Meanwhile, the rosters he has assembled since taking over in 2018 have been vastly inferior, including the group that is careening toward yet another losing record.

All told, the Giants are 16-38 on Gettleman’s watch, and that number figures to get even worse.

A look at some of the players Gettleman has moved on from and how they’re doing now:

Justin Pugh: The former first-round offensive lineman out of Syracuse is part of the NFL’s only unbeaten team, and Pugh is doing terrific work protecting Kyler Murray for the 6-0 Cardinals. Pugh was not re-signed before the 2018 season and inked a five-year, $45 million deal with Arizona.

Jason Pierre-Paul: The Giants took him in the first round in 2010, and he helped them to a Super Bowl victory the next season. A fireworks accident tore off two fingers on his left hand before the 2015 season, but he made it back halfway through the season. Gettleman saw Pierre-Paul as a descending player and traded him to the Buccaneers in 2018 for a third-round pick, which the Giants used to draft defensive lineman B.J. Hill. PS: Pierre-Paul won…

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