Projecting New York Giants' Depth Chart After Peak of Free Agency

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Projecting New York Giants' Depth Chart After Peak of Free Agency
Julio Cortez
Eli Manning leads the Giants QB depth chart.

It has been a busy month of March for the New York Giants. General Manager Jerry Reese has attacked the open market this spring in hopes of improving a roster in flux.

New York added 10 new players in free agency, while losing seven of their own to higher bidders on the open market. Nine players from the 2012 roster were either re-signed or tendered; eight remain free agents.

These moves, combined with some former practice squad players who re-signed reserve/future contracts before the turn of 2014, bloats New York's roster a bit. The squad will only expand with the draft and subsequent signing of undrafted free agents. All these players will be ranked on a depth chart—only the first few stringers will survive to see the regular season.

This article will provide an early look at what the Giants' depth chart may resemble sans rookies in training camp this summer.

 

Kevin is New York Giants Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. You can hollow him on Twitter here.

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