The 5 Moves the New York Giants Should Make in Free Agency

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The 5 Moves the New York Giants Should Make in Free Agency
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The season of change is about to descend upon us, and no, I’m not talking about the long-awaited end of winter, of which I’m sure many who have felt the wrath of snowstorms are all too glad to see leave.

I’m talking about NFL free agency, the first phase of the offseason in which teams begin to shape their rosters for the upcoming year.

It’s a tough time on one hand, as often teams have to say goodbye to fan favorites and/or longtime veterans, but at the same time, new talent is brought in with the goal of helping the team improve on its record from a year ago.

Such will be the case with the New York Giants, whose general manager, Jerry Reese, told reporters at the NFL Scouting Combine that the 2014 roster will have “significant differences” by the time he gets done with it.

Just how different will the 2014 Giants roster look? With an estimated $19.288 million of cap space, the team, coming off a 7-9 record, is expected to have many new faces.

Here’s a look at five potential moves I think the Giants will seriously contemplate.

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