The 7 Toughest Decisions the New York Giants Will Have to Make This Offseason

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The 7 Toughest Decisions the New York Giants Will Have to Make This Offseason
Bill Kostroun/Associated Press

It ain't easy being Jerry Reese these days.

Thanks to an 0-6 start that ended in a 7-9 record, the New York Giants general manager, who accepted his share of the blame in the debacle that was the Giants' 2013 season, has a lot of decisions to make to get the team back on the right track.

Before we can look at some of the most pressing decisions he faces and try to anticipate which direction the team will go in, the biggest question that still needs to be answered is what kind of salary-cap space the Giants will have.

According to the latest NFLPA public salary-cap report, the Giants have $17,447 of cap space. That number remains fluid and will likely change once the 2014 cap number is officially announced in the coming weeks.

In addition, Reese and company could be looking to purge inflated contacts of players who are no longer able to perform at a level commensurate with their scheduled earnings, though such moves would still have a direct effect on the salary cap.

Any way you cut it, there are many decisions to be made. Some are no-brainers, and others could go either way.

Let's look at seven of the toughest decisions Reese will have to make this offseason.

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