The Giants working out a long-term contract with DT Leonard Williams is big on a couple of different fronts. You lock up you’re best defensive player for 3 years, and you save money on the cap. Saving money on cap should help you land a few more players including a must needed wide receiver. Kenny Golladay and JuJu Smith Schuster are still available for the taking, and either one would be a good fit for quarterback Daniel Jones.

The Giants signing Leonard Williams to a long-term deal, saved them $8 million on the 2021 cap and should lead to the Giants landing a top free agent wide receiver. Kenny Golladay and JuJu Smith-Schuster are both available, and either one would be a great target for quarterback Daniel Jones. Giants don’t have a No.1 receiver, and they desperately need one. The April draft is loaded with quality wide receivers, but why wait?

In terms of looking at the options in the draft, it does seem like Jaylen Waddle will end up being there with the eleventh pick however it is a risk especially if Ja'Marr Chase and Devonta Smith are off the boards early. If you bring in Golladay then you can target a Rayshawn Slater to booster the offensive line out of Northwestern or Patrick Surtain II at CB out of Alabama. Don't risk it. Get the 6'4 Golladay now to be to Daniel Jones what Plaxico Burress was to Eli Manning. The last note to make is Corey Davis got $12.5 million a year from the Jets so Golladay will demand more from the G-men.

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