Things were relatively calm around the New York Giants last week. Sure, there was a new contract for defensive back Terrell Thomas and the signing of free-agent placekicker David Buehler. The real work of putting themselves in good salary cap position to build their 2013 roster seemed to take a break, however.
When they cut veterans Chris Canty, Ahmad Bradshaw and Michael Boley nearly two weeks ago -- saving around $13 million in cap space while doing do -- speculation quickly turned to who would be next on the chopping block.
So far, the answer has been ... no one.
Rest assured, though, the Giants can't yet be done trimming payroll. According to Spotrac, the Giants are at roughly $116.5 million in salary for 2013, about $4.5 million under the cap.
With that in mind, you have to think business is going to pick up again soon.
Giants' 2013 salary cap: Still work to be done
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