The New York Giants surprised many by going on a huge spending spree in free agency. The team signed big-name players at positions of need, with Leonard Williams, Kenny Golladay, and Adoree’ Jackson all getting multi-year deals. The moves did come at quite a price, as the Giants doled out approximately $121 million in new contract guarantees. The length of these contracts is confounding, considering most other teams were content giving shorter “prove it” deals after the salary cap went backward in 2021.
Despite being a four-star recruit, it took Ben Cleveland needed time to develop before becoming a full-time starter for the Georgia Bulldogs. Cleveland has the physicality and motivation to be a starter in the NFL and a steal at where he’ll be drafted.
Coming off both a highly decorated and record-breaking career at Buffalo, does Jaret Patterson have what it takes to be the next late-round star at the running back position? Let’s delve a little deeper into Patterson’s attributes to see if we can answer that.
After another disappointing season that saw them finish 6-10, the New York Giants kick off their 2021 NFL Draft with the 11th pick overall. They must come away from this draft with talent so let’s see who the Giants will select.