The Giants have taken care of the immediate future at coach with the extension of coach Tom Coughlin, but the coming months will bring some significant changes to the rest of the team.
Giants General Manager Jerry Resse just told reporters at the Scouting Combine that he expects wide receiver Hakeem Nicks and defensive end Justin Tuck to test the free agent market, and that he expects to add some competition at running back as well.
Promising there would be a “significant difference” on the roster as a whole, Reese indicated some big moves on the horizon.
When discussing Tuck and Nicks, Reese said: “They deserve to see what the market will be.”
Translated, they want to see if they’re worth more than the Giants think they might be.
Reese also expressed optimism about the comeback of running back David Wilson from neck surgery, but said adding a running back was a priority in this draft.