April 2020


The New York Giants continued shaping their 90-man roster on Thursday. The Giants addee two more undrafted free agents — tight end Rysen John from Simon Fraser University and defensive end Dana Levin of Temple. The Giants released defensive end Kevin Wilkins.

The New York Giants announced this week that the team would be picking up the fifth-year option on former Ole Miss tight end Evan Engram, guaranteeing his rookie contract through the 2021 season. No. who was selected with the 23rd overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, has established himself as high-priority weapon in the Giants offense.

The first thing I love about the roster is we’re young,” he said. I really love that. I love that we have young talent.

Former New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz says he’s still haunted by the infamous Miami boat picture that was taken just a week before the Giants lost to the Green Bay Packers in a 2016 playoff game. Cruz reflected on the what-ifs in an interview with E! News this week where he recalled the public backlash he and former teammates Odell Beckham Jr., Sterling Shepard and Roger Lewis faced after they were accused of not taking their upcoming Wild Card game against the Packers seriously enough.

And Pete Guelli, the Giants’ senior VP and chief commercial officer, surprised two frontline healthcare workers with an exclusive Giants gameday package to thank them for their bravery and hard work during the coronavirus pandemic.

The NFL’s worst division has plenty of new kids - and coaches - on the block. After combining for only 24 wins last season, the NFC East got three new coaches: Mike McCarthy (Cowboys), Ron Rivera (Redskins) and Joe Judge (Giants). The division remains a two-team race between Dallas and reigning champion Philadelphia, but rebuilding New York and Washington are improving.

The New York Giants picked up the fifth-year options on the contracts of tight end Evan Engram and safety Jabrill Peppers, the team announced. Engram is slated to make $1.9 million in 2020 and $6 million in 2021, per Spotrac. Peppers, who will earn $1.875 million in 2020, is in line to make $6.7 million the following season, according to the website.

The New York Giants have picked up the fifth-year options for safety Jabrill Peppers, a former Michigan standout, as well as tight end Evan Engram. The team announced the moves Wednesday, extending the players’ rookie contracts through the 2021 season. NFL teams are permitted to exercise the fifth-year option on first-round draft choices after they have played three years.

The New York Giants have picked up the fifth-year options for tight end Evan Engram and safety Jabrill Peppers. NFL teams are permitted to exercise the fifth-year option on first-round draft choices after they have played three years. Engram has made 25 starts and 34 appearances overall in three seasons.

After a busy free agency period the New York Giants are not projected to qualify for any 2021 NFL Draft compensatory selections. Three of the Giants’ 10 2020 draft selection — offensive tackle Matt Peart (No. defensive back Chris Williamson (No.

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