Corey Webster will be back with the Giants in 2013 after reportedly agreeing to a pay cut.
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The New York Giants restructured the contracts of center David Baas and cornerback Corey Webster, who agreed to take a paycut. The two deals save the Giants approximately $5 million in cap space for the 2013 season.
Today's potential free-agent target for the New York Giants is Detroit Lions cornerback Chris Houston, a consistent player who is probably not a No. 1 corner but is a capable starter.
If the salary cap is more generous than originally thought that is good news for both players and teams who are up against the cap.
The New York Giants still have a chance to make the playoffs, but they don't look like a playoff team, or one that even wants to be a playoff team.
Okay, it's not all fun this week. Not when we have an NFL player who murders his girlfriend and shoots himself in the head in front of his coaches and GM. But we'll do our best to keep this column both entertaining and respectful.
We played well tonight, really in all three phases, something we needed to do. We approached this game as if it was the first of a six-game season. I thought we had a good week of practice. I...