- Ohm Youngmisuk, ESPN Staff Writer
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Jerry Reese and his staff have managed to accomplish most of their goals in free agency while successfully managing the salary cap.
NFL.com released updated salary cap numbers for each team and the Giants are $4,580,958 under the cap as of March 26.
The Giants have managed to clear cap space by getting Corey Webster and David Diehl to agree to pay cuts while signing veterans like Kevin Boothe, Keith Rivers, Brandon Myers and Dan Connor to cheap deals. The Giants still need cap space to try and lock down Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks to long-term deals and to sign their draft picks in April.
Check out where the Giants stand so far cap-wise according to the NFL:
Current contracts: 47
Previous year carryover: $1,000,000
Adjusted cap: $124,091,284
Team cap: $119,510,326
Cap room: $4,580,958
So, what do you think of the job Reese and his staff have done so far managing the cap in free agency?