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New York Giants' Depth Chart: Free agency impact

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A look at what the New York Giants' depth chart looks like after their recent flurry of moves in free agency.

Where will Mathias Kiwanuka line up next season?
Where will Mathias Kiwanuka line up next season?
Al Bello

The 2013 New York Giants look much different than they did a couple of weeks ago, the result of a fairly active week of NFL Free Agency. Below is a look at the Giants' offensive and defensive depth charts as they currently stand.

Offense
Position Player 1 Player 2 Player 3 Player 4 Player 5
QB Eli Manning Curtis Painter
RB David Wilson Andre Brown Da’Rel Scott Ryan Torain
FB Henry Hynoski
WR1 Hakeem Nicks Reuben Randle Kris Adams Brandon Collins
WR2 Victor Cruz Louis Murphy Jerrel Jernigan Kevin Hardy
TE Brandon Myers Bear Pascoe Adrien Robinson Larry Donnell Jamie Childers
LT Will Beatty Matt McCants Levy Adcock
LG Selvish Capers Stephen Goodin Chris DeGeare
C David Baas Jim Cordle
RG Chris Snee Brandon Mosley Michael Jasper Bryant Browning
RT David Diehl James Brewer
Defense
Position Player 1 Player 2 Player 3 Player 4 Player 5
LDE Justin Tuck Adrian Tracy Matt Broha
LDT Linval Joseph Shaun Rogers Bobby Skinner
RDT Cullen Jenkins Markus Kuhn Marvin Austin
RDE Jason Pierre-Paul Adewale Ojomo Justin Trattou
SLB Mathias Kiwanuka Keith Rivers
MLB Dan Connor Mark Herzlich Jake Muasau
WLB Jacquian Williams Spencer Paysinger
LCB Corey Webster Jayron Hosley Terrence Frederick Antonio Dennard Buddy Jackson
RCB Prince Amukamara Terrell Thomas Aaron Ross Trumaine McBride Laron Scott
SS Stevie Brown Ryan Mundy Tyler Sash David Caldwell
FS Antrel Rolle Will Hill

SOURCE: Ourlads

Valentine's View

Offensively, the biggest area of concern has to be the line. If everything stays the same -- meaning Kevin Boothe is not re-signed and an immediate starter is not chosen in the 2013 NFL Draft -- I would think David Diehl starts at left guard and James Brewer at right tackle. We are a long way from the start of training camp, however, so I wouldn't obsess over this just yet.

Defensively, I see a couple of things that could change. First, Ourlads has Mathias Kiwanuka listed at strong side linebacker. I have to believe at this point that Kiwanuka will be moved to defensive end full time, although no one from the Giants has said that. That leaves Keith Rivers at the SAM.

Also, Ourlads had Terrell Thomas listed ahead of Prince Amukamara at right cornerback. That's not reality, so I took the liberty of changing it.

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