Giants made a bunch of moves
The New York Giants announced a bunch of moves on Wednesday with free agency officially opening.
The first move that the Giants announced was that they’ve restructured the contract of offensive tackle Nate Solder.
Dan Duggan of The Athletic reported on Twitter that Solder’s salary is now $4 million for the 2021 NFL season which will create $6 million in cap space. This is huge in helping the Giants make more free agent signings.
The Giants also announced that they’ve re-sign defensive tackle Austin Johnson, wide receiver C.J. Board and long snapper Casey Kreiter.
We already know about Johnson and Board getting new contracts, but Kreiter getting a new deal is news to everyone and he certainly deserves because there weren’t any issues with his special teams snaps this past season.
When it comes to signing players that weren’t on the Giants’ roster last season, i would expect them to try and sign a wide receiver, cornerback and edge rusher prior to the NFL Draft next month.
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