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New York Giants' news, 6/10: 'Show me' season for many Giants

New York Giants news and notes for Monday morning.

Corey Webster is among the Giants who have a lot to prove in 2013
Corey Webster is among the Giants who have a lot to prove in 2013
Kevin C. Cox

Good morning, New York Giants' fans! Here are your Monday morning links, one day before the Giants begin their mandatory three-day mini-camp.

Numerous Giants entering ‘show-me’ season -
It’s a "show-me’’ year ahead for so many Giants. The only free agent deemed worthy of a multi-year deal was defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins. The others were fortunate to get one-year, mostly minimum-salary contracts. The Giants provided their own free agents — guard Kevin Boothe, and linebacker Keith Rivers — with the same low-security offers. Many other holdovers, notably receiver Hakeem Nicks, defensive end Justin Tuck and cornerback Corey Webster, are entering the final year of their contracts. As many as 24 players on the final roster will have no financial security after the 2013 season.

Giants RB battle already decided? - NFL Rumors Blog - ESPN
With Ahmad Bradshaw officially out of the picture in the New York Giants backfield, there are now two running backs competing to take over the No. 1 duties.

-- I almost never -- actually NEVER -- link to anything from Bleacher Report. I will break my own rule today for the video below on Giants' rookie first-round draft pick Justin Pugh. It's worth it.

Now, here are a couple of links to interesting items from around the league.

Dustin Keller: New York Jets have too much 'nonsense' -

Gabe Carimi traded from Chicago Bears to Buccaneers -

Plax: I know I can dominate the red zone | ProFootballTalk

Jim Brown thinks the NFL should follow NASCAR’s lead on safety | ProFootballTalk