Found March 02, 2013 on Football Nation:
The New York Giants are going to have some tough decisions to make in the coming months on who’s going to be their first option at wide receiver for the long-term. The New York Giants have some strong weapons at wide out in Hakeem Nicks and Victor Cruz but changes maybe upon us.Here is the problem though, they both are unrestricted free agents in 2014 and they both want to get paid big. The New York Giants have gone on record and said that they will be looking to extend a contract to Nicks first and then will negotiate with Cruz. But Mara has gone back on those words recently.If you had to choose which WR you would keep who would it be? I can tell you that Hakeem Nicks when healthy is a better choice for the club because he’s long and doesn’t drop many balls like Victor Cruz does. Both are great options but Nicks is the keeper.It’s a pretty tough position for any team to be in but it’s a fun thing as well. Many teams wish they had wide receivers like Hakeem Nicks and Victor Cruz. Th...
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