3 Positions the New York Giants Must Upgrade Before the 2013 Season

January 16, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It was the flowing of champagne a year ago, but it's Pepto Bismol now for the New York Giants front office. The convalescence following the 2012 season may have been expedited with the news of Michael Strahan's and Bill Parcell's possible Hall of Fame enshrinement, but then the focus shifts back to how the Giants can improve at three vital positions before heading into 2013.
Upgrading player personnel will be extra challenging for Giants general manager Jerry Reese this offseason, as he'll be without two main cogs in his championship-building wheel—longtime executive Dave Gettleman, and director of college scouting Marc Ross.
Gettleman ironically beat out Ross for the GM job with the Carolina Panthers—thanks in some part to former beloved Giants GM Ernie Accorsi, who consulted Panthers owner Jerry Richardson on the hire.
39-year-old Ross is being highly sought after by the New York Jets, among several other teams looking to fill their GM r...

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