Just days after the New York Giants said goodbye to veteran stalwarts Ahmad Bradshaw and Chris Canty, the team welcomes back three-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Shaun Rogers, who signed a one-year deal with the team to secure his return for the 2013 season.
Rogers flashed some of his old potential in training camp before his 2012 season was ended due to a blood clot, he spent the season on the injured reserve list. The contract which was reported by the Jenny Vrentas of NJ.com, is reportedly a one-year deal worth $1.005 million, yet it is also a split contract to protect the organization should Rogers get injured again.
Rogers new deal includes a $20,000 thousand signing bonus and a $45,000 weight bonus as well according to Vrentas. His base salary will be $940,000 if he is able to remain healthy but if he ends up on injured reserve again, his salary would be reduced down to $433,000.
The 33-year old defensive tackle has played 12 season in the NFL, seven with the Detroit Lions, fo...