This sounds interesting:
The New York Giants have a ton of holes to fill in free agency and through the 2018 NFL draft, but let’s have some fun and imagine what this exciting scenario might look like.
1,291 rushing-yards, 655 receiving-yards and 11 total touchdowns is what one special running back in the NFL recorded in 2017, and this man is one of Odell Beckham Jr.’s best friends.
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Signing LeVeon Bell would cost the Giants a fortune, especially with Beckham Jr.’s mega-deal preparing to take shape. But how could the Giants open up enough cap-space to sign the two-time First-Team All-Pro running back?
New York would first have to drop Eli Manning and his $20 million per-season starting in 2019, and then make several other cuts including Brandon Marshall and Dwayne Harris.
This signing would also allow the Giants to address the offensive line extensively in the draft and provide the team with an influx of youth at pricey positions.
Of course, this entire scenario is a hypothetical, but an offense headlining Odell Beckham Jr., LeVeon Bell, Sterling Shepard and Evan Engram might be too enticing to pass up.