Erin Weaver
Monday March 25th, 2013

The New York Giants have been saying that re-signing Kevin Boothe is a priority. The cap-strapped Giants had to get creative to make it happen, but were able to bring back Boothe on a one-year deal.

As a free agent, Boothe had been talking to several teams, including the Panthers, Jets and Cardinals. The Giants don't have a good in-house replacement for the guard, who graded out above-average as a run blocker.

After being drafted in the sixth round of the draft in 2006 by the Oakland Raiders, Boothe spent 2007-2012 with the Giants. Boothe started 16 games in 2012. Full details about Boothe's deal with the Giants are not yet known.

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