With one week of NFL free agency already in the books, the New York Giants have been able to bung up most of their vacant roster spots without breaking the bank. In the month leading up to the draft, however, the team should still be contemplating its best remaining free-agency options.
New York still has some glaring deficiencies, and the prospect of bringing in a starter through free agency could still be on the table. But after signing tight end Brandon Myers and linebacker Dan Connor, Big Blue’s remaining acquisitions may be competing for reserve roles in training camp.
This article will highlight and rank the Giants’ top five personnel options heading into the second week of free agency.