New York Giants: 3 Worst-Case Free Agency Scenarios for Them Post-Lockout

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New York Giants: 3 Worst-Case Free Agency Scenarios for Them Post-Lockout
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The NFL owners are apparently voting on a global settlement deal that would include a new 10-year collective bargaining agreement as I sit here typing, so the lockout could be over as soon as tonight when the NFLPA have a conference call with their executives.

The way things have been going, the pessimist in me believes the lockout won't be resolved until tomorrow or next Monday, but, hey, crazier things have happened.

If the lockout is finally lifted by tomorrow, that means starting next Monday teams will have a 72-hour window to re-sign their free agents.

This article will examine the worst case scenarios for the New York Giants in free agency, in order from bad to worse.

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