Giants may have to take a year off when it comes to free agency
New York Giants general manager Dave Gettleman and assistant GM Kevin Abrams spoke with the media on Tuesday.
Abrams indicated during the presser that they had been given the green light from the Giants’ ownership to be aggressive in free agency and of course they were after landing Kenny Golladay, John Ross, Kyle Rudolph, Devontae Booker and Adoree Jackson.
While the Giants’ cap situation in a good place for 2021, Abrams admits that 2022 could be an issue.
“2022 could be a little bit of a challenge depending on where the cap goes to,” Abrams said. “Then beyond, I’m more optimistic that nothing that we’ve done this year puts us in any kind of precarious position, but the next year could be a little bit of a challenge.”
Abrams is confident though that after 2022 things will be much better.
“It’s going to depend on science and state legislatures, and fans in stands, and a lot of other variables. We’ll see how it goes,” Abrams said. “I don’t think we’re in a bad spot cap wise, but you know, next year could be a little more challenging than, than probably the years after that.”
Right now, I think it’s safe to say that the Giants will not be active in free agency next offseason after spending so much money this year.
Things will get better for the NFL and it’s organizations after landing a new television deal that will continue to pay them a ridiculous amount of money.
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