Knowing they have experience and depth issues at receiver, the Giants on Wednesday will take a look at Jacoby Jones, who arrives for a visit.

Jones, 29, is a seven-year veteran who spent his first five seasons with the Texans and the past two years with the Ravens, earning a Super Bowl ring after the 2012 season. He has size (6-foot-2, 215 pounds) and last season caught 37 passes for 455 yards. His best season was 2010, when he had a career-high 51 receptions for 562 yards. He has 14 career touchdowns in 33 NFL starts.

There is no way the Giants envision Jones replacing free agent Hakeem Nicks. More likely, he is viewed as a No. 2 or No. 3 receiver who could also fill a role on special teams as a return man, where he is a threat.

All seemed to be quiet with Justin Tuck on the first day of free agency. According to Pro Football Talk, the initial reaction to Tuck on the open market was lukewarm, with one team willing to offer him $3 million per year, which could prompt him to return to the Giants.

The Giants have serious interest in Packers center Evan Dietrich-Smith and a deal might be reached, but he is headed to Tampa to visit with the Buccaneers.

In other Giants developments, they re-signed running back Peyton Hillis to a two-year, $1.8 million contract, cornerback Trumaine McBride (two years, $3.1 million) and safety Stevie Brown (one year, $3 million). Brown missed the entire 2013 season coming off ACL surgery.