New York Giants general manager Joe Schoen has been very busy this offseason, adding important pieces to fill the holes in his roster.

According to Sportrac, the Giants have spent the seventh-most on free agent signings and extensions to players already under contract with them.

The biggest move the Giants made financially was the five-year, $141 million extension given to outside linebacker Brian Burns after acquiring him in a trade with the Carolina Panthers.

Some other big free agent signings by the Giants this offseason: offensive lineman Jon Runyon Jr. (three years, $30 million) and Jermaine Eluemunor (two years, $14 million), running back Devin Singletary (three years, $16.5 million) and quarterback Drew Lock (one year, $5 million).

The Giants currently have approximately $7.2 million remaining in available cap space, per Spotrac ($6.2M per Over the Cap). They own six selections in the 2024 NFL draft.


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