The New York Giants have not been very active in free agency, other than signing a tight end and re-signing several of their own free agents. However, they still have needs to address and will most likely do so in the 2012 NFL draft. Giants general manager Jerry Reese typically drafts based upon need in the early rounds, despite what most draft "experts" say. Let's look at the team's possible needs that could be addressed in the draft.
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