The New York Giants continue to be aggressive in NFL Free Agency 2014. The Giants have a visit scheduled today with Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, the best cornerback left on the free-agent market, and late Saturday they signed safety/kickoff returner Quintin Demps. Let's start today with our links to both of those stories.
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie visiting New York Giants Sunday - Big Blue View
Quintin Demps Signing: New York Giants sign safety/kickoff returner - Big Blue View
Now, let's move on and see what other stories are making news around the Giants this morning.
NJ.com breaks down the incentive-laden one-year deal ex-Giants Hakeem Nicks signed with the Indianapolis Colts.
The New York Daily News reports that the Giants never made Nicks an offer to return.
Yahoo Sports says the Colts are a good fit for Nicks.
This story about Nicks will annoy Giants' fans. He has already headed off to a training facility to prepare for Colts' OTAs.
One more Nicks' post. He took a one-year "prove it" deal, but says "I don't think there's anything for me to prove."
Want to get to know more about Demps, the newest Giant? Here is a great read about how Demps merges his faith and his passions to inspire people.
ESPN lists the Giants' signing of Geoff Schwartz as one of the most underrated moves of free agency thus far.
Fans often get impatient during free agency, wondering what their team is doing or why certain moves are made and not made. One former NFL general manager praised the work of Giants' GM Jerry Reese is free agency thus far. Former Tampa Bay GM Mark Dominik says Reese "goes about it the right way."
CBS Sports details how NFL free-agent contracts are not all they appear to be.