Cost-Effective Moves the New York Giants Can Make This Offseason

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Cost-Effective Moves the New York Giants Can Make This Offseason
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Choosing not to resign defensive end Osi Umenyiora can save the Giants some money this winter.

In a decade dominated by mammoth contracts and surreal price tags, Jerry Reese seems a bit out of place.

The Giants' general manager has earned a sterling reputation for being one of the most efficient, if not stingy, talent analysts in the NFL.

Reese's front office has yet to fall victim to the sweeping trend of overpaying for players in their contract seasons, and it shows, what with New York's two Super Bowl rings in the past five years.

Big Blue needs a lot of help on both sides of the ball, but Reese and Co. are nearly $5 million behind the salary cap for 2013. Let's take a look at some cost-efficient moves the team can make this winter. 

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