With the owners and players mired in negotiations, the beginning of free agency is almost certain to be delayed. Yet, PFW examines the free-agent picture for each club, with the NFC East featured here.
The Giants and RB DJ Ware have agreed to a contract extension. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The Giants placed restricted free-agent tenders on six players, including RB Ahmad Bradshaw, on Tuesday.
Giants WR Ramses Barden will require a second surgery as he continues to recover from a broken ankle and ligament damage suffered in November, according to the Newark Star-Ledger.
Hours after expressing doubt about the future playing career of Mathias Kiwanuka, Giants GM Jerry Reese released a statement that was much more optimistic about the 27-year-old.
The Giants are stuck in limbo, not only with the Collective Bargaining Agreement, but also with the health of injured DE-OLB Mathias Kiwanuka.
Giants head coach Tom Coughlin, usually tight-lipped about his team's needs, admitted that center is a position of concern.
The re-emergence of Michael Vick as a star player helped the Eagles soar all the way to first place in the NFC East.
Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw underwent surgery this past weekend on his left ankle and tweeted, "Everything went great thanks for the well wishes!"
The Giants did a lot of great things through the air last season, and though the run remains the bread and butter of the offense, QB Eli Manning and the passing game can continue to grow, he said.
The Giants likely will place a call to WR Plaxico Burress, whose jail sentence will be coming to an end soon, about playing for the team again.
The Giants were not happy to hear the borderline comments made by FS Antrel Rolle about head coach Tom Coughlin, even if they were not incendiary.
Giants LS Zak DeOssie was added to the NFC's Pro Bowl roster on Tuesday to be their "need" player. The NFC coach, Falcons head coach Mike Smith, selected him.
Despite a roller-coaster season by rookie Matt Dodge, the Giants are expected to give him every opportunity to win the punting job next season, according to NFC East Whispers.
The Giants were happy that Perry Fewell was receiving head-coaching interviews, but they are far more happy that he'll be back coaching the defense in 2011.