New York Giants' Blueprint for Winning Free Agency

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New York Giants' Blueprint for Winning Free Agency
Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

The blueprint for the New York Giants to have a winning free agency this offseason is not just about their ability to sign available players off other teams.

They also must make important decisions regarding their own players. For example, cutting longtime members of the franchise with bloated contracts may be necessary, as well as retaining some of their own free agents who figure to be crucial to the chances for a successful 2014 campaign.

There will be many moves concerning free agency that the Giants will make between now and the start of training camp in late July. The following five slides detail the ones that must happen, in ascending order of importance.

New York doesn’t necessarily have to complete all five of these moves for free agency to be deemed a triumph. However, failing to execute on more than one could lead to Big Blue not properly building a team that is a legitimate contender to make the playoffs.

Let’s begin with the first of three critical cost-cutting decisions that will lead to significantly more cap room.

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