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NFL Free Agency 2018: D.J. Fluker to sign with Seattle Seahawks — report

Another member of Giants’ 2017 offensive line moves on D.J. Fluker has found a new home with the Seattle Seahawks, per a report from NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo. Fluker played six games for the New York Giants last season before suffering a season-ending toe injury. He became a fan favorite for his powerful play, as well as a favorite of the media for his passionate press conferences. The 27-year-old was a first-round pick by the San Diego Chargers in 2013. He signed a one-year deal with the Giants last season. At this point, the Giants’ likely configuration is Patrick Omameh at one...

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2018 NFL Draft prospect profile - Connor Williams, OT, Texas

Could Williams be a long-term solution for the Giants’ offensive line? The New York Giants began retooling their offensive line in free agency, however, they still need to add upgrades and potential long-term starting solutions at nearly every spot. Texas Longhorns left tackle Connor Williams came in to the 2017 season as a potential top 10 pick, but has seen his stock drop dramatically following a poor start to an injury-plagued year. Williams might yet be a franchise left tackle, but injury concerns, as well as questions about where his natural fit is on an NFL line could cause...

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Patriots select Nate Solder's replacement in latest SB Nation mock draft

New England adds to their offensive line. The New England Patriots lost some core players over the first week of free agency. The biggest of those losses – both from a physical perspective as when it comes to importance – is arguably starting left tackle Nate Solder. The 29-year old, who protected Tom Brady's blindside for the majority of the past seven years, signed a record-breaking four-year, $62 million contract with the New York Giants. Naturally, the Patriots are now in need for a new left tackle and the draft might be the way to go – and SB Nation's Dan Kadar has already...

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What are the Giants doing? A lot of good, important work, that’s what

For a team that doesn’t have a lot of money left to spend in free agency, the New York Giants sure signed a lot of free agents on Monday. Defensive end Kerry Wynn. Wide receiver Cody Latimer. Cornerback B.W. Webb. Probably also defensive lineman Josh Mauro, if those reports are accurate. Aside from Wynn, a Giant for the past four seasons, maybe you have never heard of the rest of those guys. What the heck are the Giants doing? I mean, aside from 67-year-old GM Dave Gettleman absolutely wearing out 57-year-old Giants writer Ed Valentine, what are the Giants doing? A whole lot of good,...

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Giants Free Agency 2018: DE Josh Mauro still on Giants’ radar?

Will signing of Kerry Wynn impact Mauro’s status? The New York Giants have interest in free agent defensive end Josh Mauro, per published reports from both Jordan Ranaan of ESPN and Art Stapleton of The Record. Mauro is familiar to defensive coordinator James Bettcher. Originally an undrafted free agent, the 27-year-old spent four seasons with the Arizona Cardinals. He started 26 of the 47 regular-season games in which he played. Mauro was expected to visit, and perhaps has already done so. You wonder if the re-signing of Kerry Wynn means the Giants would pass on Mauro, or if they would...

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B.W. Webb latest cornerback added by Giants in free agency

That makes three corners added as Giants try to build depth The New York Giants continued on Monday to make small free-agent additions to their secondary, signing cornerback B.W. Webb. Congrats to @OhGi_3Dawg3 on agreeing to a 1yr deal with the #Giants.— Sunny Shah (@SunnyTheAgent) March 19, 2018 Webb was selected in the fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft by the Dallas Cowboys. He has played for a different team in each of his four seasons, with stops in Dallas, Pittsburgh, Tennessee, and New Orleans. Webb, 28, played in 14 games last season with seven starts for the Saints. Webb has...

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How the Giants’ free agency contracts affect the team’s salary cap

Let’s get you caught up on the new contracts and some other key financial notes that pertain to the Giants’ 2018 cap space Back in December, Kevin Abrams, then the New York Giants interim general manager who also retained his primary duties as the team’s salary cap manager, told reporters that the 2018 cap picture was healthy enough to not present any significant road blocks to the Giants in their quest to improve their roster. Considering there was no guarantee he’d become the general manager fully in charge of the cap assets, Abrams yet again did a wonderful job of anticipating...

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2018 NFL Free Agency: WR Cody Latimer signs with the Giants

Big Blue adds a receiver and special teams contributor The New York Giants have added another piece to their offense and special teams. Wide receiver Cody Latimer, formerly of the Denver Broncos announced Monday afternoon that he has signed with the Giants. Me and my family are Grateful for the opportunity to sign with an amazing organization @Giants let’s work!! #Newbeginnings pic.twitter.com/SEVsYC94nu— Clats14 (@CodyLatimer14) March 19, 2018 Latimer was drafted out of Indiana by the Broncos in the second round (56th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft. A former basketball...

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Updates on the Patriots and the offensive tackle market

News on where the Patriots will fill the biggest hole on the roster The biggest loss for the Patriots is losing left tackle Nate Solder to the Giants in free agency. So far, there hasn’t been much news on the front of where the Patriots will go to fill that vacancy beyond simple rumors. The Patriots are interested in bringing back at least one of their backup tackles La’Adrian Waddle and Cameron Fleming in addition to being linked to former Jets, Raiders, and most recently the Ravens RT Austin Howard. At the same time, it also appears that the Patriots will be addressing the long term...


What's next for the Giants this offseason?

Four days into free agency the Giants have already filled their three biggest needs, adding a couple of offensive lineman, a play-making linebacker, and a running back too. The problem is they were a dysfunctional 3-13 mess last season, so there's still a lot of work to be done.


NFL Free Agency: Dominique-Rodgers Cromartie doesn’t plan to sign until April

The New York Giants have undergone some serious changes to both their coaching staff and player personnel going into the offseason. As a result, there had been some speculation regarding cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie’s future with the team. Needless to say, it was not long before he was released by the Giants last weekend. According to ESPN’s Josina […] The post NFL Free Agency: Dominique-Rodgers Cromartie doesn’t plan to sign until April appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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NFL Free Agency 2018: Justin Pugh is an ex-Giant

Sings five-year deal with Arizona Cardinals Justin Pugh has found a new home. The former New York Giants offensive lineman has reportedly agreed to a 5-year, $45 million deal with the Arizona Cardinals. The Giants’ 2013 first-round pick, Pugh is the second former Giants starting offensive lineman to secure a lucrative free-agent contract. Weston Richburg signed a 5-year, $47.5 million deal with the San Francisco 49ers. The Giants have also parted ways with Bobby Hart, and seem to have little interest in bringing D.J. Fluker back. GM Dave Gettleman promised to re-construct the Giants’...

Revenge of the Birds

Arizona Cardinals sign Justin Pugh to massive five-year deal

Thr Arizona Cardinals have finished the first week of free agency strong. The Arizona Cardinals have finished the first week of free agency strong with the signing Justin Pugh to a massive five-year $45 million contract. #Giants free agent OL Justin Pugh is signing with the #AZCardinals, sources tell me and @MikeGarafolo. It’s a 5-year deal worth just over $45M. A huge deal to end the week.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 17, 2018

NFL Spin Zone

New York Giants: Early 2018 Free Agency grades, obeservations

The New York Giants went into 2018 NFL Free Agency like a lamb and out like a lion. The 2018 NFL year began on Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. ET and the New York Giants opened the year with a bang. It started with a move that can be described by some as decent, but not […] New York Giants: Early 2018 Free Agency grades, obeservations - NFL Spin Zone - NFL Spin Zone - NFL news, rumors, analysis, opinions, stats, mock drafts, scores, and GIFs.

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Giants Free Agency 2018: CB Curtis Riley officially signed

The Giants add another defensive back The New York Giants defensive secondary got a bit deeper Friday afternoon. They announced that they have signed their second defensive back of free agency in Curtis Riley. Officially signed my papers to be a Giant!!!! — Boobie Miles (@curtis35riley) March 16, 2018 Riley, a native of White Plains, N.Y., was signed by the Tennessee Titans in 2015 as an undrafted free agent out of Fresno State. He spent the last three years with the Titans, playing in seven games in 2017, recording 12 tackles and an interception. At just 25 years old, with a...

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What are the Giants getting in Patrick Omameh?

Let’s go to the film and figure it out Dave Gettleman’s plan to turn the New York Giants around in free agency hasn’t been subtle. The two biggest signings come along the offensive line with left tackle Nate Solder and guard Patrick Omameh. There’s been a lot said about the Solder signing, but much less is known about Omameh. He’s a former undrafted free agent who will now be on his fourth team when he joins the Giants for 2018. He’s the type of player where the only information shared along with his signing is that he’s started 45 of his 53 career games. But of course games...


Patriots, Giants Offered ‘Somewhat Equal Money’ To Nate Solder In Free Agency

Nate Solder collectively made Twitter go, “hmm” Friday, when he said in a news conference that the New York Giants... Read More »

Newark Star-Ledger

Latest NFL mock draft 2018, post-free agency: Major surprises in 2-round projection | Josh Allen to Giants? Sam Darnold to Jets? Who goes No. 1?

With 2018 NFL free agency past its first wave, let's look toward the 2018 NFL Draft with our latest two-round mock draft projection, including the big-name quarterbacks -- Sam Darnold of USC, Josh Rosen of UCLA, Josh Allen of Wyoming, and Baker Mayfield of Oklahoma. Who will the Cleveland Browns take with the first overall pick? What about the New York Jets, New York Giants, and Philadelphia Eagles?

The Republican

Nate Solder: New England Patriots, New York Giants offered equal money

New York Giants offensive tackle Nate Solder said the New York Patriots offered equal money in free agency.

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Hog mollies the highlight of Giants’ free agency thus far

Offensive line rebuild central to Giants’ work thus far As I write this, NFL free agency isn’t even technically 24 hours old. Yet, in many ways it feels like the major portion of it is already over. Let’s take a couple of minutes to assess where things stand with your New York Giants right now. Offensive line rebuild Hog mollies! GM Dave Gettleman promised us they were coming, and they have begun to arrive. The signings of left tackle Nate Solder and guard Patrick Omameh, and the departures of Justin Pugh, Weston Richburg and D.J. Fluker, will give the Giants’ line a much different...

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Five free agents other than Tyrann Mathieu who could interest the Giants

Other than Tyrann Mathieu For the most part, the splashy part of free agency is already over. Seems like it just started, doesn’t it? Anyway, while the New York Giants have accomplished a lot and don’t appear to have a ton of cap space remaining, there are more players on the market who could interest them. Defensive back Tyrann Mathieu is one, of course. We have already spent time talking about him, though, and he is an obvious target. Another is cornerback Ross Cockrell, who played well for the Giants last season. Here are five other players who could interest the Giants. These are in...

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Quick-hit thoughts on the Patriots and the first day of free agency

The market opened yesterday. Yesterday, the 2018 NFL free agency was officially kicked off and it was a busy start from the New England Patriots' perspective, although not an entirely positive one: Even before the market opened, it was reported that starting left tackle Nate Solder would leave New England via free agency to sign a four-year, $62 million contract with the New York Giants – the biggest deal for an offensive lineman in the NFL. It was not all negative, though, as the Patriots were also able to re-sign running back Rex Burkhead to what was reported to be a three-year...

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New England Patriots links 3/15/18 - Taking stock after Free Agency, Day 1

Daily news and links for Thursday TEAM TALK Patriots 2018 Free Agent Tracker. Paul Perillo passes along a Boston Globe report that RB Rex Burkhead has agreed to terms on a multi-year deal to return to the Patriots. Andy Hart writes on Nate Solder signing with the Giants. LOCAL LINKS Phil Perry looks at what’s left for the Patriots in free agency, now that Day 1 is in the books. Mike Reiss gives us a look at the current depth chart after the free-agent departures, which also serves as a reminder of the significant change ahead in 2018. Nicole Yang posts a Patriots rumor roundup:...

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Former Giants may be on the move - Pugh, Fluker, Casillas schedule visits

Could two more former Giants find new homes? As the second (official) day of NFL Free Agency begins, we have reports that two former members of the New York Giants might be on their way to finding new homes. News has surfaced that both offensive lineman Justin Pugh and linebacker Jonathan Casillas have visits scheduled. Justin Pugh First up, Mike Garafolo is reporting that guard/tackle Justin Pugh is visiting with the Arizona Cardinals Thursday. OL Justin Pugh headed to Arizona tomorrow to visit the Cardinals, source says. Cards looking for interior OL help, so they're in talks with the...

Revenge of the Birds

Justin Pugh nearing deal with Arizona Cardinals per report

The Arizona Cardinals are nearing a deal with the former Giants offensive lineman. After less than 48 hours of free agency, the Arizona Cardinals have basically revamped their offense. While the word is not official yet, John Gambadora of Arizona Sports said the Arizona Cardinals and versatile offensive lineman Justin Pugh are nearing a deal. This would be the second day in a row that the Arizona Cardinals add a veteran offensive lineman if the Cardinals can finalize an agreement with Pugh. Pugh was a complete stud for the New York Giants in 2015 and 2016, according to Pro Football Focus,...

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Redskins Free Agency Rumors: Rams Center John Sullivan a Possible Target?

Could center John Sullivan reunite with the Redskins? As the Redskins look to bolster their offensive line this offseason, a familiar name has surfaced. According to Ian Rapoport, the Redskins are one of a few teams who are showing interest in Rams center John Sullivan. #Rams veteran C John Sullivan was invited on a visit by the #Giants, source said, as they continue to try to improve their OL. He’s drawing interest from the #Redskins, too.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 15, 2018 Sullivan, who will turn 33 in August, spent 2016 with the Redskins, earning one start. The savvy...

Will Jay Cutler be the next QB of the New York Jets?

SNY NFL Insider Ralph Vacchiano breaks down the latest news about the New York Jets and New York Giants as NFL free agency is in full swing, including rumors the Jets could pursue Jay Cutler to be their next QB, and details regarding the Giants signing of

NY Giants Free Agency Primer: Adrian Peterson and Jason Pierre-Paul

SNY NFL Insider Ralph Vacchiano reports from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, and discusses the New York Giants heading into free agency, including the possibility of signing running back Adrian Peterson, and the latest developments with Jason Pierre-Paul

Jason Pierre-Paul will not sign another 1-year deal, talks future

New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul discusses his future, free agency and his desire to remain with Big Blue, and states that he will not sign another one year contract.