Sean Lee a New York Giant? It could happen. The 33-year-old Dallas Cowboys star linebacker may be an odd man out this offseason and he’ll be looking for new place to play.

And as fate would have it, Lee is open to playing for the Giants, reports Matt Lombardo of NJ Advance Media.

An individual familiar with Sean Lee’s thinking tells NJ Advance Media that the 33-year-old would welcome the opportunity to sign with the Giants this offseason if he is not re-signed by the Dallas Cowboys.

“Who wouldn’t want to play at least one season in New York?” the person said.

Added a current NFL scout, “Lee’s still a special player and special person.”

Lee would have to be signed at a reasonable contract for it to be worthwhile for the Giants. Bringing in a veteran linebacker is not a move a rebuilding team should be making.

Lee is an excellent player, but health would be a huge factor in signing him. Since entering the NFL as first-round pick out of Penn State in 2010, Lee has played 16 games in a season just once.

But that was last year believe it or not. Maybe he’s finally got luck on his side. The Giants will be in the market for linebackers in free agency and the NFL Draft, so why not take a flier on Lee?

The downside is that head coach Joe Judge is not a fan of bringing in veterans to serve as mentors or teachers. He wants them to come in a do a job, so Lee would have to be at the top of his game for the Giants to consider this.