Rocky Bernard, DT - He is a free agent and has never really stood out in his four seasons in New York. The Giants will look to cut ties with the 11-year veteran, who will be 34 at the start of 2013.
Jim Cordle, C - Another free agent (they all are on this slide) who had two costly penalties as a blocker on kickoff returns in the Week 13 Redskins game. The second one was especially painful since it negated a David Wilson return to midfield on the Giants' penultimate drive early in the fourth quarter.
Besides these recent miscues, Cordle has proven to be a hard-working player in his two seasons with the Giants but one with limited talent. Big Blue will let him go and likely replace him with a higher upside option, either through the draft or in free agency.
Justin Tryon, CB - Famously burned by Kevin Ogletree and company in the opening game against the Cowboys subbing in for Michael Coe (now a member of the Cowboys after the Giants released him a few weeks ago), who was injured early in the game.
The Giants need help in the secondary but Tryon is definitely not the player to provide it. I wouldn't be surprised if he finds himself out of the league next season.
Ryan Torain, RB - He's only been a Giant for three weeks but he is already on his way out the door. The Giants will look to retain the injured Andre Brown, who is also a free agent, as their third running back behind Ahmad Bradshaw and David Wilson.
Torain's only shot of staying with the team is as a fourth running back but in this role your ability to play special teams is more important than your skills as a runner. Since fellow newcomer Kregg Lumpkin is better in this area he will likely get the nod over Torain.