5 Offseason Moves Which Have Improved the New York Giants' Roster

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5 Offseason Moves Which Have Improved the New York Giants' Roster
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Cullen Jenkins will have a huge impact on New York's defense in 2013

The New York Giants roster has undergone massive changes this offseason. Aging players with bloated contracts will give way to plenty of fresh faces in 2013, creating a whirlwind of question marks surrounding the team.

Despite the fact that several household names will no longer be dawning a Giants uniform, general manager Jerry Reese has been able to manufacture a relatively promising roster for 2013.

Improvement is not always constituted by on-field metrics in modern-day football.

Navigating the salary-cap threshold, the Giants are in the process of signing inexpensive veterans this spring. The combination of affordability and undervalued talent is exactly what Jerry Reese has been searching for.

New York has taken this approach in anticipation of the long-term contracts destined for Hakeem Nicks, Jason Pierre-Paul and possibly Victor Cruz.

Success for the Giants in 2013 largely hinges upon Jerry Reese's ability to evaluate the inexpensive talent on the free-agent market. With a plethora of personnel moves already executed, here is a look at the top five ways the New York Giants have improved this offseason.

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