The New York Giants released veteran wide receiver Golden Tate on Wednesday after two tumultuous seasons. Tate took to social media shortly after the news was announced to thank the organization and express his desire go "get another ring." "I appreciate the conversations and professionalism the Giants management showed me earlier today," his post read.
The Giants need to bolster their offensive firepower and the NFL Draft should help them do that. But what if Dave Gettleman ends up thinking defense with that pick?
Leonard Williams’ franchise tag alone would cost in the neighborhood of $19 million, so they are going to have to find cap space vie more cuts and restructuring of current contracts. Who could be next on the cur list? Well, the obvious candidate is offensive tackle Nate Solder and his $16.5 million cap hit.