Those two would be TE Darcy Johnson and CB Kevin Dockery, two restricted free agents to whom the Giants decided not to offer any tenders. According to a report from St, Louis, those two former Giants have signed with the Rams, a team that is beginning to have a decidedly New York Giants flavor.
In St. Louis, Johnson and Dockery will join former Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo, now head coach of the Rams, along with fellow former Giants James Butler and Fred Robbins. Eventually, everyone who has a Super Bowl XLII ring will wind up in St. Louis.
As for the Giants, they have received NOTHING for those five names. And other than Spags, that's probably fine with them.
Spags obviously left on his own accord for a promotion, Butler and Robbins both left as free agents with little or no interest from the Giants in retaining them, and Dockery and Johnson were untendered and therefor unrestricted free agents. If the Giants had any interest in them at all, they would have been tendered ... or at least given a right of first refusal tender like the Giants did with C.C. Brown.