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The New York Giants have significant depth and youth at running back—David Wilson and Andre Brown—exposing six-year veteran Ahmad Bradshaw to free agency in spite of a gutsy 1,260 yards from scrimmage performance in 2012.Bradshaw’s versatility makes him very attractive—he returned punts and kicks his first two seasons out of Marshall—but foot and ankle injuries that have prevented him from starting a 16-game season will dampen some teams’ enthusiasm.Bradshaw (1,015 rushing yards, 4.6 yards per attempt, 6 touchdowns) will share the free agent spotlight with the likes of: Steven Jackson (1,045 yds, 4.5 YPA, 4 TD), Reggie Bush (986 yds, 4.3 YPA, 6 TD) and Rashard Mendenhall (182 yds, 3.6 YPA, 0 TD). He could be the cream of that crop as his off-season foot surgery heals on schedule to be 100 percent by the start of OTA’s.Stats courtesy of Pro Football Focus and Pro Football Reference. Offensive Line rankings courtesy of Pro Football Focus. Salary Cap numbers courtesy of Over The Cap.
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Former Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins has found a new home just before Tuesday's start of fre agency, signing a 3-year, $8 million contract with the New York Giants, reports the NFL Network's Kim Jones.
$3 million of it is guaranteed, accordng to Jones.
Jenskins, who was released by the Eagles in February, has 38.5 sacks in nine NFL seasons, and...
The New York Giants signed free agent kicker Josh Brown today, which means Lawrence Tynes’ tenure with the Giants is over.
K Josh Brown is signing with the Giants this morning, per multiple sources. He was in camp with the Jets last year. #nyg
— Jenny Vrentas (@JennyVrentas) March 13, 2013
The Giants are also interested in bringing back defensive end Dave Tollefson now that...
The New York Giants have placed a first-round tender on restricted free agent WR Victor Cruz.
Cruz, 26, will make $2.879 million salary for the upcoming season, but the Giants have maintained that they intend to work out a long-term contract at some point.
Cruz is this year’s best restricted free agent, but it appears to be unlikely that anyone will try to pry him loose in...
One of the NFL's top tight ends had a new contract just one minute into Tuesday's free-agent signing period.
Profootballfocus.com first reported that Martellus Bennett will be leaving the New York Giants for the Chicago Bears.
Bennett quickly confirmed the news on his Twitter account (@JoeGryffindor).
"I'm proud to say I'll be joining my other brother (Brandon...
Free agent tight end Martellus Bennett says he is headed to the Chicago Bears and leaving the New York Giants.
He wrote Tuesday on Twitter that he's ''proud to say I'll be joining'' Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Marshall in Chicago next season and added a ''(hash)BEARDOWN'' at the end of the post. He wrote moments later wrote that the deal is...
Breaking News - Tight end Martellus Bennett has agreed in principle to a contract that will have him bring his services to the Windy City. The news broke as Bennett tweeted at the start of Tuesday’s NFL free agency period, “I’m proud to say I’ll be joining my other brother @bmarshall next season.#BEARDOWN.”
NFL Impact - This comes as quite a surprise. Not that Bennett...
Former Cowboys and Giants defensive lineman Chris Canty announced today that he’s signed with the Baltimore Ravens. He even posted a picture on Instagram of his newly signed contract (photo above).
The ink is dry. It’s official!!! instagr.am/p/WxpIM7wBnU/
— Chris Canty (@ChrisCanty99) March 12, 2013
According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, Canty signed a three-year...
The New York Giants weren’t able to come to an agreement with tight end Martellus Bennett before the start of the 2013 NFL Free Agency period got underway at 4:00 p.m. ET Tuesday and the Chicago Bears took advantage right away.
Bennett has reportedly agreed to terms on a deal with the Bears and becomes one of the first unrestricted free agents to sign with a new team, per Mike...
The Ravens signed someone else’s player in free agency to join the frenzy.
According to reports, the Ravens have signed defensive Chris Canty away from the Giants. Canty apparently is getting a three-year, $8 million deal with $2.8 million guaranteed.
He should help the defensive front.
On Tuesday, the NFL free agency period will officially begin and a lot of St. Louis Rams' fans are a bit apprehensive after watching division rivals make big moves via trade on Monday. The Seattle Seahawks brought in Percy Harvin and the San Francisco 49ers acquired Anguan Boldin while the Rams did nothing.
So how do the Rams answer the big moves made by the two teams who made...