Last-Minute Predictions for New York Giants Free Agency

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Last-Minute Predictions for New York Giants Free Agency
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Lawrence Tynes after missing the go-ahead 54-yard field goal against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 4.

Free agency—we are still in the calm before the storm, but the New York Giants didn't waste any time in beefing up a defense that finished 31st in 2012 by signing nine-year defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins on Monday to a three-year contract worth $8 million.

Jenkins and his 38.5 career sacks will mesh nicely with Perry Fewell's 4-3 defense, but there will be all of the spring and summer to talk about that.

The G-Men also made noise on Monday by giving highly coveted restricted free agent Victor Cruz a first-round tender, and Stevie Brown and Andre Brown second-round tenders.

While we know the future of these four Giants on the eve of free agency, let's turn our attention to some last-minute predictions of who the Giants may sign and who they may let walk.


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