The team has added placekicker Josh Brown, linebacker Dan Connor, defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins, safety Ryan Mundy, wide receiver Louis Murphy, tight end Brandon Myers and cornerback Aaron Ross.
In addition, tackle Will Beatty, guard Keith Boothe, quarterback David Carr, linebacker Keith Rivers and defensive tackle Shaun Rodgers have all re-upped with the team.
Among the restricted free agent pool, both Andre and Stevie Brown came to terms on deals to remain in New York.
Players such as Kenny Phillips and Martellus Bennett have left for NFC rivals, and Osi Umenyiora is in the process of becoming a Falcon. But a number of free agents remain, including Victor Cruz.
Here is the latest on some of the more prominent players yet to re-sign or land elsewhere.
The salsa-dancing wideout has reportedly been offered a deal that exceeds the $7 million per year mark, which is larger than other slot receivers -- Wes Welker and Danny Amendola -- received with the Broncos and Patriots, respectively.
According to reports, the deal also contains a hefty amount of guaranteed money.
Teams interested in Cruz have until April 19 to sign him, and because he's an RFA would have to surrender a first-round draft pick. After April 19, he can only play for the G-Men in 2013.
Despite a void at the middle linebacker position, it appears a divorce between Blackburn and the Giants is inevitable.
The Giants released Michael Boley at the start of the off-season and signed Connor away from the Cowboys. Draft experts expect the Giants to chase after Notre Dame's Manti Te'o or Georgia's Alec Ogletree with the No. 19 pick.
Only one team has surfaced as a suitor for Blackburn: the Cowboys, though the Giants were willing to re-sign the veteran and longtime Giant for a one-year deal.
The wide receiver/return specialist has reportedly received an offer from the Lions, but is in search for a better deal.
It seems unlikely the Giants will offer that better deal, and as more time passes by it is probable Hixon could join Detroit's receiving corps.
Sticking with the wide receiver theme, the Giants have interest in retaining Barden for 2013.
It sounds like Barden is a back-up plan should the team fail to sign Cruz to a new contract. But Barden would be a good receiver for depth purposes, as in the absence of Hakeem Nicks had some pretty explosive performances in 2012.
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