The Giants clearly are in need of some cornerbacks this offseason and perhaps could use a veteran safety, but don't expect them to break the bank to fill those needs in the upcoming free agency period.
They want to fortify their defensive front seven, the staple of their championship teams, and will probably bid on many of the talented linemen and linebackers that will hit the market on March 9.
They will also go heavy on defense in the draft. One question remaining is what they will do with their own impending free agent corner, Prince Amukamara, who they are comfortable taking their chances with on the open market.
From Jordan Raanan of NJ.com:
Just because the Giants have a $60 million in their war chest doesn't mean they are going to be willing to wantonly splurge and overspend on players they need. They are also not seeking to get into long term, inflexible contracts.
Remember, this is a team that Jerry Reese said could have been 10-6, even with all the injuries and mishaps. He is on to something there. The Giants have a decent young core to build upon and a few strategic pieces, along with some depth could get them there.