Giants part ways with veteran cornerback Sehorn
Unable to reach a workable arrangement on a salary reduction, the New York Giants on Friday released cornerback Jason Sehorn, ending the tenure of one of the city's highest-profile players in the past 10 years.
The move was not only an emotional one for the Giants organization, but is expensive as well, since New York must now assume an $8 million salary cap hit in 2003 for a player no longer with the team. That is an enormous amount of so-called "dead money" ...
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