You have questions about the New York Giants. You have a Twitter account. You use the #nygmail hashtag. I have a Saturday post. World spins on.  ...
We did not expect the New York Giants to use a franchise or transition player designation this year, and they did not. The 4 p.m. ET Monday deadline came and went without any Giants free agent getting tagged, which means that if they want to keep Jon Beason, Linval Joseph, Justin Tuck or any of their other free agents off the open market, they have to get them signed to a new contract by 4 pm ET on March 11, one week from today.
The single most important thing for the New York Giants to do this offseason is put back together their offensive line. With Kevin Boothe a free agent and the contract situations of David Baas and Chris Snee in limbo, it looks as though they could need new starters at center and both guard spots.
Just because I've been busy all week with Super Bowl coverage doesn't mean I've forgotten about my New York Giants fans. As always on Saturday morning, you have questions, and you used the #nygmail hashtag to post them on Twitter, so I will do my best to supply the answers.