I was reading MG's blog today and he said that the Giants offered Kevin Dockery a 2nd round tender.
The Giants have extended a second-round tender to restricted free agent CB Kevin Dockery, according to someone who recently spoke to Dockery.
The tender means Dockery is free to negotiate with another team starting on Feb. 27 when free agency begins. If he signs an offer sheet with another club, the Giants will have the opportunity to match. If they don't by the April 17 deadline, they'll be owed a second-round pick.
This is a fairly big hypothetical but if another team that is desperate in the secondary department (which there are several) gives him an offer, what should the Giants do? They already have three competent corners and could very easily pick one up late in the draft or resign McQuarters or Madison potentially. Should they match the tender? Or should they let him go and take the second round pick?
I think that if a team gives the Dockery an offer, Reese shouldn't try to match the offer and accept the second round pick. Think of how awesome it would be if they had four first day picks. Every need could be accounted for on the first day of the draft as well as giving them more ability to trade picks.
What do all of you think?