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New York Giants' news, 2/28: David Baas approached about pay cut -- report

New York Giants' headlines for Friday, 2/28.

David Baas
David Baas
Jim O'Connor-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning, New York Giants' fans! Here are your Friday morning Giants headlines.

We found out Thursday that the Giants and Chris Snee were discussing a pay cut that would give Snee an opportunity to try to play in 2014. Pro Football Talk reported Thursday that the Giants have also approached center David Baas about a pay cut. Snee, carrying an $11.3 million salary cap number, has shown a willingness to do so. PFT reports that Baas, who has a cap number of $8.225 million, has not.

If you missed it Thursday night, news broke that the salary cap is expected to be about $133 million, and could officially be set as early as today.

We gave you a report Thursday on the conference call held by new Giants' offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo. McAdoo also sat down with Bob Papa for a one-on-one interview. McAdoo told Papa quarterback Eli Manning "is in the prime of his career, and I do believe his best days are ahead of him."

This one has nothing to do with football, but we figured you might want to know that Kate Mara will star in the new version of 'Fantastic Four.'