Best and Worst Moves of New York Giants' Free Agency so Far

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Best and Worst Moves of New York Giants' Free Agency so Far
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A move the Giants made during free agency makes it very likely that Victor Cruz will be salsa-ing in a Giants uniform for at least one more season.

Let’s be honest, free agency for the New York Giants has not been overly exciting so far.

Due to limited cap space, Big Blue has been bargain shopping since free agents hit the market on March 12 and even before that. Of the 12 signings (including their own free agents) that the Giants have made during or directly before the start of free agency, nine have been for one-year contracts. Many of those deals have totaled less than $1 million.

While New York isn’t grabbing any headlines or throwing around a ton of money, they’ve made their share of savvy and poor moves. Some involve players they’ve signed. Others, though, are actions that either have helped retain an important player or prevented them from pursuing a better option at a position of weakness. 

With that said, let's take a look at some of the highs and lows of the Giants journey through free agency to date.
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