5 Big Splashes the NY Giants Could Realistically Make in Free Agency

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5 Big Splashes the NY Giants Could Realistically Make in Free Agency
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Hopefully general manager Jerry Reese has a solid personnel acquisition plan to keep Giants fans happy.

Free agency?

How about calling it a free-for-all?

I kid, I kid. In my opinion, the NFL free-agency period, which kicks off this year at 4 p.m. ET on March 11, is one of the most exciting annual events on the NFL's offseason calendar.

The first step by teams looking to upgrade their rosters, the results of free agency can often affect what the team does in the draft and beyond.

The other element I like about free agency is the unexpected twists. For example, quite often a team will make a surprise cut of a player under contract, a move that can potentially reshuffle the market at that player’s position.

Who among New York Giants fans could forget how, in 2009, the Arizona Cardinals decided to cut safety Antrel Rolle in a salary-cap-related move? If that move isn’t made, then perhaps the Giants would have gone in a whole other direction at the safety position that year.

With a little more than a month to go before the start of free agency, here is an updated look at five potential splashes that could be of interest to the Giants in their rebuilding of a roster that finished a disappointing 2013 season at 7-9.

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