Since the end of their 2012 NFL season, the New York Giants have remained relatively quiet, aside from the two days the team spent purging their roster of running back Ahmad Bradshaw, defensive tackle Chris Canty and linebacker Michael Boley to clear cap space. Now, the Giants have made their first move to show how they're spending the new money they have available.

News broke this afternoon that the team has agreed to re-sign Will Beatty, one of the top offensive lineman on the open market. The new contract for Beatty will reportedly be a five-year deal, worth $38.75 million.

Since being selected in the second round of the 2009 NFL Draft, Beatty has played 50 games and made 31 starts for the Giants. Now that Beatty's contract has been taken care of, pundits believe that the team will now focus on re-signing another offensive lineman, starting left guard Keith Boothe.