Reassessing NY Giants Offseason Plan and Breaking Down What's Left to Address

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Reassessing NY Giants Offseason Plan and Breaking Down What's Left to Address
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Aaron Donald tops most mock drafts for the Giants.

Since March 11, the New York Giants have signed 25 free agents. Ten of those free agents were re-signed to new contracts after spending the 2013 season with the team; the other 15 spent last season elsewhere.

The Giants had a clear plan of attack before this spending spree took place. The two most pressing needs were to acquire a reliable running back and to rebuild the offensive line. They also displayed a somewhat surprising focus on improving their secondary.

Now, with the free agency flurry in the past, New York must re-group and finish off the offseason strong.

This article will reassess the Giants' plan for the remainder of the offseason, highlighting concerns that the team must further address.

 

Kevin is a New York Giants Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. You can follow him on Twitter here. All statistical information courtesy of Pro-Football-Reference.com, unless specifically noted otherwise.

 

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