Giants Complete Kyle Rudolph Signing

Despite Tuesday’s roadblocks, the Giants have ironed things out with Kyle Rudolph. The former Vikings tight end inked his new deal with the G-Men on Wednesday morning (Twitter link via’s Ian Rapoport). 

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Rudolph first agreed to a two-year, $12MM deal last week. Then, a Giants physical yielded concerns about a foot issue that put surgery on the table. While it loomed possible that Rudolph’s reworked contract would have less in the way of guarantees or other added protections in the event of an injury, the Giants are honoring the original deal they agreed to with the veteran tight end, Mike Garafolo of tweets.

Rudolph will undergo surgery this offseason, Garafolo adds, but he is expected to ready for action by the time the Giants begin the regular season. It is not certain if Rudolph will be full-go when training camp opens.

The 31-year-old marks yet another notable signing for the Giants, who have also landed star wide receiver Kenny Golladay and former Titans cornerback Adoree’ Jackson. Rudolph is now set to support top tight end Evan Engram as the Giants look to reignite their offense.

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4 comments on “Giants Complete Kyle Rudolph Signing

  1. ctyank7

    Gettleman got suckered into a bad deal; then, after the team medical staff gave him an out, he felt guilty.
    Prediction: Rudolph doesn’t play until week six and is reinjured before Thanksgiving.

  2. bobby cox

    I think the deal is only 4.5 million guaranteed. Problem is Engram is so unreliable they needed a second option. Maybe he can give us Kevin Boss Numbers

  3. lettersandnumbersonly

    Rudolph gives a great red zone option.

    Saquon Barkley back and healthy will make all the difference this year.

    East division champs in a bad division.

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