Oct 28, 2012; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins (97) along the sidelines during the first quarter against the Atlanta Falcons at Lincoln Financial Field. The Falcons defeated the Eagles 30-17. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Giants' Free Agent Tracker

It being just over a month into free agency, most of the Giants’ big name free agents have either resigned or found new homes for the 2013 season. Here is a breakdown of the movement so far:


Will Beatty — A priority coming into free agency, Beatty re-signed to a 5-year deal. Will likely be the opening day left tackle. 
DT Cullen Jenkins — Perhaps the team’s biggest offseason addition, the Giants signed Jenkins away from the rival Eagles to fill the starting DT spot vacated by Chris Canty’s departure.
CB Aaron Ross — Our old friend is back to provide depth and guard against another year of Corey Webster underperformance.
DT Shaun Rogers — Back after blood clot kept him out last year.
RB Ryan Torain — Back to add RB depth behind Andre Brown and David Wilson.
Josh Brown — With Lawrence Tynes on the way out, Brown is the frontrunner to win the kicker’s job.
LB Keith Rivers — Signed one-year deal and will have first crack at replacing Michael Boley’s role. Played well in the limited time he saw last year.
Ryan Mundy — Steelers castoff will try to be the Giants 3rd safety behind Stevie Brown and Antrel Rolle.
TE Brandon Myers — Hopes to follow in the footsteps of Kevin Boss, Jake Ballard and Martellus Bennett as TEs that Eli Manning turned into household names.
LB Dan Connor — Expected to replace Chase Blackburn at MLB.
WR Louis Murphy — Will provide Depth at WR with Domenik Hixon and Ramses Barden both free agents and likely to sign elsewhere.
QB David Carr — The only tandem of #1 draft pick QBs in the NFL stays intact for another year.
Kevin Boothe — Versatile offensive lineman is back for another year.
DT Mike Patterson — Another former Eagle DT to help fix the run defense.


TE Martellus Bennett — Signed four-year, $20 million deal with Chicago. Leaves the Giants after short-lived success playing with Eli Manning. This worked out really well for Kevin Boss.
Kenny Phillips — Signed with Philadelphia for one-year deal for very little money. Have to believe Jerry Reese doubts his ability to stay on the field.
DT Chris Canty — After being released, landed with Ravens. Maybe the biggest loss of the offseason, but offset by the addition of Cullen Jenkins.
LB Chase Blackburn — Agreed to two-year deal with Carolina after Connor addition. The Super Bowl folk hero will be missed.
DE Osi Umenyiora — Signed with his hometown Atlanta Falcons after publicly feuding with management for years. Sad to see him go nevertheless.
WR Domenik Hixon — Another Giant heads to Carolina to join Dave Gettleman.


Lawrence Tynes — The team wanted to re-sign Tynes, but his asking price was too high. Will always be remembered for sending the Giants to 2 Super Bowls with clutch overtime field goals.
DT Rocky Bernard — Good player, but may be the odd man out with all the other additions to the defensive line.
WR Ramses Barden — We’ll always have the Carolina game.
TE Travis Beckum — Injuries hampered Giants career.
Sean Locklear — We’ll see later this summer based on knee recovery.
CB Justin Tryon — The Giants need corners, but maybe not this one.
RB Kregg Lumpkin — Likely gone with Brown, Wilson and Torrain already in the mix.
CB Brian Witherspoon — Has to come back from another ACL tear.


WR Victor Cruz — You may have heard of him.
Stevie Brown — Signed his second-round tender. Gave Giants the freedom to let go of Kenny Phillips. Led the league in takeaways last year.
RB Andre Brown — Tendered at second-round level. Should be the opening day starter to replace Ahmad Bradshaw.
TE Bear Pascoe — Giants already re-signed blocking tight end.


DE Adrian Tracy — Already tendered. Could compete for fourth DE spot. Has already drawn comparisons to Osi Umenyiora, which isn’t too shabby.
Jim Cordle — Re-signed and back to provide much-needed O-line depth.
DE Justin Trattou — Trattou is back and may compete with Tracy as extra pass rusher.


(list C/O ESPN)

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