Landon Collins Giants

Giants Letting Landon Collins Go Free

One of the few bright spots for the G-Men the last 3 seasons has been the play of Landon Collins. He made it to the Pro Bowl three times and was a leader for Big Blue during a very difficult time. Now Collins will be going elsewhere as the Giants are not going to franchise tag Collins meaning the 25-year-old can sign with whoever he wants. This is a sad day for many Giant fans as Collins was a fan favorite and was known as a locker room leader that was very rare during the last three seasons. While Collins will be missed David Gettleman needs to come up big in free agency to fix an already troubled roster that just lost one of its more marquee names.

Tom McAlister

Tom McAlister

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Tom McAlister

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