5 NFL Contenders Set for Overhauls This Offseason

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5 NFL Contenders Set for Overhauls This Offseason
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One year removed from winning a Super Bowl, the New York Giants are well into the process of overhauling their roster, but New York isn't the only NFL franchise that is set to do so in 2013. 

In order to remain in contention for a chance to hoist the Lombardi Trophy year-in and year-out, general managers must make tough decisions that will shape the future of their franchises.

As a starting point, Giants general manager Jerry Reese has already let go of three key members of the team that brought home the title in 2012 in Michael Boley, Chris Canty and Ahmad Bradshaw. Bradshaw was the team's leading rusher in both of the franchises recent Super Bowl victories, scoring the game-winning touchdown in the latter of the two.

There's work yet to be done by Reese and his staff, though, in order for the Giants to bounce back from a sub-par season and get back into the playoffs in 2013. 

So, which teams are in the same boat as Big Blue?


Note: Special thanks to ESPN's John Clayton for providing all the 2013 cap figures, to Ourlads.com for providing an easy-to-access list of unrestricted free agents for every team and to OvertheCap.com for putting together an epic site that lists every player's salary-cap figures, as well as how much cap room teams would free up by cutting each player.

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