Super Bowl 51 is just under a month away, but the vast majority of the 32 franchises in the National Football League have already begun working toward building their rosters for the 2017 season. Last offseason, we witnessed the New York Giants completely rebuild their defense by committing just under $200 million to defensive end Olivier Vernon, defensive tackle Damon Harrison, and cornerback Janoris Jenkins. Despite their early playoff exit, being aggressive during free agency majorly paid off for the G-Men.
Over the last couple of years, fan favorite outfielder Brett Gardner has been the subject of numerous trade rumors. There has been endless speculation about him being traded to teams like the Orioles, the Angels, and the Giants, teams that are looking for an outfielder who has demonstrated the ability to get on base. The interesting thing is that we know Gardner has been on the trading block because we have heard it directly from Yankees GM Brian Cashman. Cashman has been unusually open and candid about potentially moving Gardner. For reference, he once did an interview with radio personality Chris “Mad Dog” Russo in the wake of the trade that brought Bobby Abreu to the Yankees. At that point,
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