Posted March 14, 2014 on nyg.scout.com
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Entering the 2014 free agency period the New York Giants were paper thin at the linebacker position. After re-signing Jon Beason and Mark Herzlich then adding veteran Jameel McClain, it appears the Giants are headed in the right direction after all.
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