New Giants general manager Joe Schoen doesn’t think he inherited an easy situation.
Based only on current contracts, the Giants will have exceeded the salary cap at the start of the league year, even before they sign any free agents or make any draft picks. So, Schwinn has some moves he needs.
“First, we have to move [the cap]And the We have to make some hard decisions Shuen said via New York Post. “There is a fine line, because you cannot cleanse.”
“I don’t want to clear the roster, because we still want to see what Daniel Jones can do, we want to see what Sakon can do. We got some really good bits in defense. Precise balancing and careful streaking cuts down on the number of players that can really help you out,” said Schoen. win but you also have to be under the salary cap, then you’ll get the enlistment choices.”
The Giants have lost five seasons in a row, and there may not be much patience for the long rebuilding effort. But it won’t be easy to win straight away when taking over a team that was 4-13 last season and now has to overcome major problems with the salary cap.