Ranking the 2014 Impact of New York Giants' Free-Agent Signings so Far

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Ranking the 2014 Impact of New York Giants' Free-Agent Signings so Far
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What impact will KR Trindon Holliday have for the Giants in 2014?

Utilizing an unusually aggressive approach, the New York Giants have significantly bolstered their 2014 roster through free agency. The team has already signed 10 new free agents through Sunday, March 23.

The parts these free agents will play next season are still up for debate. In the coming months, they will go through organized team activities, training camp and, eventually, the preseason before their regular-season roles are determined. There's also a draft between now and then that could further complicate things.

Looking ahead, however, we can make loose projections about these new Giants. Based on their past production with former teams, the terms of the contracts they recently signed, as well as where they fit into the cast of returning Giants at their respective positions, we can make an educated guess about their potential production in 2014.

In this slideshow, I will rank the 2014 impact we can expect from each of New York's free agent acquisitions—from least impactful to most impactful.


Kevin is a New York Giants Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. You can follow him on Twitter here. All contract information courtesy of Jordan Ranaan of NJ.com, unless specifically noted otherwise.

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