Maybe at best he’s in line for something like Shaq Lawson’s three-year, $30 million deal in Miami. It’s unknown if the Giants would go there, either. Their signing of Packers edge Kyler Fackrell to a one-year, $4.6 million deal should tell you something, actually: it is nearly the identical amount of cash the Giants paid out to Golden last season.

Should the current season’s matches be rescheduled, the club will negotiate in good faith with the players and the coach conditional increases of compensations according to the actual resumption and finalization of official competitions,” Juventus said. Three Juventus players — Daniele Rugani, Blaise Matuidi and Paulo Dybala — have tested positive for COVID-19.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- The New York Giants have reached a one-year contract agreement with tight end Eric Tomlinson.

The Minnesota Vikings re-signed two more of their own free agents on Friday, with new contracts for running back Ameer Abdullah and center Brett Jones. Abdullah has been the team's primary kickoff returner since being claimed off waivers from Detroit on Nov. 7, 2018. Abdullah, a second-round draft pick by the Lions in 2015, has 1,366 rushing yards and 518 receiving yards in 58 career games.

The New York Giants made a big move by signing James Bradberry on March 18, but the offer was a surprise to the cornerback. Bradberry discussed the process involving Giants general manager Dave Gettleman in a conference call Friday: "[Gettleman] reached out to my agent. They came out of nowhere to make an offer.

This one was always going to look bad in the context of the Houston Texans shipping away DeAndre Hopkins for pennies on the dollar. As of Friday, the Texans gave Randall Cobb the most money of any free-agent wideout not named Amari Cooper, more than even Robby Anderson. Houston committed three years and $27 million, an average of $9 million per year.

I will preemptively say I think — no, I know — that a lot of Giants fans are not going to like my answer. Fact is, we are in uncharted waters in the NFL due to COVID-19. Team facilities are shut down and it seems fairly certain there won’t be any offseason programs.

NFL Nation reporters assess how every first-round pick did in their first season and then project what 2020 will bring on this scale: He's a star On his way He's a starter Has lot to prove Analysis: Murray lived up to the hype and expectations by winning NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. His numbers weren't jaw-dropping (3,722 yards passing, 20 touchdowns, 12 interceptions), but he steadily improved. What stood out most was Murray's ability to learn and adapt.

NFL Nation reporters assess how every first-round pick did in their first season and then project what 2020 will bring on this scale: He's a star On his way He's a starter Has lot to prove Analysis: Murray lived up to the hype and expectations by winning NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. His numbers weren't jaw-dropping (3,722 yards passing, 20 touchdowns, 12 interceptions), but he steadily improved. What stood out most was Murray's ability to learn and adapt.

Get exclusive news, behind-the-scenes observations and the ability to text directly with reporters However, the Giants did not land one of the top offensive tackles available and did little to upgrade a pass rush that produced just 35 sacks last season. Less than one month from the NFL Draft, here’s a look at how the Giants’ remaining needs stack up, and how they were impacted by Gettleman’s free agent signings: 1) Offensive tackle Free agency signings: Cam Fleming Free agency losses: Mike Remme...

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