Creating the New York Giants' Free Agency Fallback Plan

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Creating the New York Giants' Free Agency Fallback Plan
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What new names will fill these helmets in 2014?

One of the most frustrating things about the NFL free-agency period happens to be the one thing that makes it the most exciting time of the offseason.

Anythingand I mean anything—can and does happen, making information obsolete almost as quickly as it's reported.

So if you happen to be following me on Twitter and think I might be sounding sound a little grumpy at times, or if I don't respond to your tweet, please don't take it personally.

Speaking of free-agency rumors, there's been a lot of things to track concerning potential targets the New York Giants have their eye on.

What really hasn't been discussed, though, is what the Giants might do if their Plan A falls by the way side. 

Fear not, as I have it covered. In free agency, when one door closes, another opens, and I suspect that there are going to be plenty of instances where the Giants have to switch to Plan B.

Here's a look at four such scenarios that could necessitate a change in plans if option A doesn't come to fruition.  


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