Picking the Ideal Free Agent to Fill Each of the New York Giants' Holes

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Picking the Ideal Free Agent to Fill Each of the New York Giants' Holes
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Riddled with holes at key positions, the New York Giants have a busy offseason ahead of them.

Up first is free agency, which is set to open at 4 p.m. EST on March 11. The Giants must scour the open market for affordable talent, as they search for the perfect candidates to begin filling vacancies.

The majority of New York's most pressing needs are on the offensive side of the ball, as the Giants look to implement a fresh unit under new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo. The defense could afford an infusion of talent, as well; last season's top-10 unit is only looking to improve in 2014.

The Giants need not rely fully upon free agency to fill each void—they will also utilize the draft to bolster their roster. This article, however, will only focus on the upcoming open market, as I select the ideal free agent to fill each of New York's biggest holes.

 

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