It's no secret that Big Blue struggled on the ground last year.
Relegated to dead last in the league in total rushing and yards per carry, the once-feared duo of Ahmad Bradshaw and Brandon Jacobs was slowed to a crawl in 2011.
GM Jerry Reese will be eager to rejuvenate the Giants' backfield, and with the recent release of Jacobs, he may opt to pursue another power runner to compliment Bradshaw's agile style of play.
Mike Tolbert would be a perfect fit for the G-Men, as his physicality and blocking abilities are a near mirror image to Jacobs'.
Picking up over four yards per rush and scoring 10 times last season, Tolbert's acquisition would be pragmatic to say the least, as he was to Ryan Mathews what Jacobs was to Bradshaw over the past half-decade.
A great change of pace and a motivated runner, expect the Giants to heavily pursue the four-year pro, that is, if he can come cheap enough.
Michael Bush - Last seen in Oakland, Bush's -.19 win probability in 2011 may overshadow his seven scores. Still, he would likely mesh well with Bradshaw and the other New York 'backs.