New York Giants' Top Remaining Offseason Priorities

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New York Giants' Top Remaining Offseason Priorities
Bill Kostroun

In a little less than one month, the New York Giants have signed 13 free agents who were with other teams last season.

That's their second-highest highest number of imported talent in the Tom Coughlin era since 2004 when, per the information kept by Big Blue Interactive, the Giants signed 19 free agents who contributed to a 6-10 record that season.

This time around, the Giants are hoping that the talent they have brought for 2014 produces a far better record than that first year under Coughlin—and certainly a better record than last year's 7-9 results.

For as much as the Giants have accomplished in free agency, they still have a few remaining holes on their roster.

Here’s a look at five such positions where another player or two could be added for depth, and some suggestions via either the draft, free agency, or both, who might be fits.  

 

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