Will Issac Yiadom make the Giants final roster?
The New York Giants have been making a lot of moves in order to free up cap space this offseason.
We already know that New York restructured the contracts of offensive lineman Nate Solder, linebacker Blake Martinez and cornerback James Bradberry, but it turns out that they re-worked cornerback Issac Yiadom’s contract.
Dan Duggan of The Athletic says that Yiadom took a pay cut.
The Giants currently have $5,589,073 in salary cap space, according to Ralph Vacchiano of SNY. Which is enough to sign more free agents to minimum deals as well as their draft picks for later in the month.
Even though Yiadom started numerous games in 2020, he wasn’t consistent enough for the Giants so don’t be surprised if he doesn’t make their final roster for 2021. Re-working his contract will give him a chance to stick around and compete this coming summer.
There is also a report that the Giants and free agent corner Jason McCourty have interest in one another, which would make things even more difficult for Yiadom.
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