Kyle Rudolph has signed his Giants contract

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After word of an issue with tight end Kyle Rudolph‘s foot during his physical with the Giants delaying the finalization of his contract broke on Tuesday, PFT reported that the expectation was that everything would be worked out on Wednesday and that Rudolph would still sign with the team.

That’s how things have played out. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Rudolph has now signed his contract with the team.

Rudolph agreed to a two-year, $12 million deal that included a signing bonus of $4.5 million. (It’s our unconfirmed understanding that the deal was not changed before it was signed.)

Rudolph joins wide receiver Kenny Golladay and cornerback Adoree' Jackson as notable additions to the Giants roster in free agency.

4 responses to “Kyle Rudolph has signed his Giants contract

  1. Ya know.. The Giants are making some smart moves. I have them as my Dark Horse team this year

  2. The giants better produce this year because they will be in cap hell next year. Signing injured guys is an interesting tactic.

  3. The Giants are quietly have a nice off-season. They are giving Daniel Jones some nice weapons and with Barkley returning the Giants should have a very good offense.

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