The New York Giants were expected to have one or two signings on the first day of free agency but by all accounts, blew it out of the water. The off-season needs included running back, offensive line, tight end, linebacker and cornerback
After disappointing 7-9 2013 season in which they finished third in the NFC East, GM Jerry Reese has made it clear that the New York Giants have a multitude of positions that need to be upgraded. The biggest team needs have been looked at so far during the premature stages, and those are at Running Back, Offensive Line, and Defensive Line
Running back, tight end, offensive line and linebacker - all major needs for the Giants in 2014. Yet, it's at the defensive end and cornerback positions, also necessities, that the G-Men are creating a stir thus far
The New York Giants signed a linebacker on Friday night.
No, not that guy.
The G-Men have been in negotiations with starter Jon Beason for over a week now, setting him as the priority to sign before Tuesday's free agent deadline that would make him available to every other team in the League.
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