TGI's Best Guess

So, where exactly are all the Giants free agents going to end up when free agency opens at midnight this evening? Here's our best guess…

New York only has four true UFAs and it's quite possible none of them will return to Big Blue.

LB Danny Clark – Nice player, but didn't make nearly enough plays in New York

QB David Carr – Sounds like the Cardinals are just one of several teams interested in giving Carr an opportunity to compete for a starting spot.

P Jeff Feagles – This decision is pretty much up to Feagles. As subpar as his play was for most of last season, if he wants to return, the Giants will certainly have him.

DT Fred Robbins – He's accomplished a lot with the Giants, but it doesn't seem as if retaining him is a high priority The next batch of players would normally be unrestricted free agents, but are now considered restricted FAs due to the lack of a salary cap.

OL Kevin Boothe – It's very likely that he'll be back; they like his potential and his versatility.

S C.C. Brown – The bad news is they already tendered him a contract for 2010; the good news is that it's not guaranteed and the club can release him without any adverse financial repercussions.

DT Barry Cofield – Perhaps the most valuable Giant on the market, the Giants would certainly like to bring back Cofield, but will not overpay should he be blown away by another suitor.

CB Kevin Dockery – Only if they can get him cheap; weren't really happy with last season's results.

WR Derek Hagan – Don't think he's too high on the priority list.

WR Sinorice Moss – They could surely do without him.

OT Guy Whimper – They've already spent so much time and energy on Whimper that we'd expect they'll try to retain his services.

LB Gerris Wilkinson – Nice kid, but he doesn't have a future in NFL, at least with the Giants.

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