Predicting NY Giants Starting Lineup After First Wave of Free-Agent Signings

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Predicting NY Giants Starting Lineup After First Wave of Free-Agent Signings
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The Giants are looking to add to their Super Bowl mural.

Don't look now, but the 2014 New York Giants opening day roster is slowly starting to take shape.

The Giants, who last year came off an embarrassing 7-9 season, had so many areas in need of upgrading that general manager Jerry Reese, speaking to reporters at the NFL Scouting combine in February, vowed there would be a "significant difference" in the roster's makeup. 

He wasn't kidding.

According to Inside Football, the Giants have been very busy filling some of their roster holes with veterans, both from their team and from around the league.  

Some of the positions addressed have included offensive line, running back, cornerback, the return game, and of course linebacker.  We'll get into all of the specifics in each applicable slide.

For as much as the Giants and Reese have done so far, there is still much more work to be done, both in free agency and the draft. We'll also take a look at that in each slide as well.

While championships aren't won in March, the moves the Giants have made so far are very, very encouraging. Let's jump right into it by comparing the 2013 opening day starting lineup with the 2014 projected starting lineup at each position.

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