5 New York Giants Who Most Deserve Contract Extensions

October 21, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The New York Giants have long had a history of locking up their talented young players early, ensuring that they remain with the team long term.
However, 2010 is a tricky year considering all the uncertainty surrounding the collective bargaining agreement, which is due to expire at the end of this season. It is entirely possible that the Giants have, as an organization, decided to not do any contract extensions with their players until a new CBA is in place.
However, this tactic, if it is what the Giants are doing, comes with inherent risks. Steve Smith, Mathias Kiwanuka, Ahmad Bradshaw, Kevin Boss and Barry Cofield are all in the last year of their contracts. And even if the franchise tag exists in some form or another after a new CBA is agreed upon the tag can only be used on one player, not five. 
So aside from choosing which players the Giants want to extend, they have to also decide as to the timing of their offer. Do they offer contract extensions before or af...

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