Joe Schoen, Brian Daboll, and the New York Giants’ front office is already hard at work as an overdue rebuild begins. Just last week during the NFL Combine, tight end Kyle Rudolph and running back Devontae Booker were released to create over $7 million in new cap space. In addition to taking the first concrete steps to tearing down the roster and creating some spending flexibility this offseason, Schoen and the Giants‘ brass got an up close and personal look at the top prospects in the upcoming NFL Draft during the last week in Indianapolis. Following last week’s moves, and the moves up the board made by players who stood out during the NFL Combine, the NFL Draft picture has already begun to change. Even for the New York Giants.