The New York Giants have decided to bring back in-house wide receivers Corey Coleman and Cody Core, but that same love will not extend to veteran Cody Latimer.

After two seasons in East Rutherford, the Giants have decided to let Latimer walk — although he won’t be walking very far.

According to various media reporters, the first coming by way of NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo, Latimer will remain in the NFC East after agreeing to terms with the Washington Redskins.

A second-round pick of the Denver Broncos in the 2014 NFL Draft, Latimer spent the first four season of his career in Colorado before signing with the Giants in 2018.

The first three seasons of Latimer’s career were wildly unspectacular, but he showed a little promise in 2017, which is what led the Giants to kicking his tires.

In two seasons with Big Blue, Latimer hauled in 35 receptions for 490 yards and three touchdowns. The 35 receptions and three touchdowns matched the numbers he put up in four seasons with the Broncos, while the 490 yards more than doubled his previous career output.