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Clayton Says Burress’ Extension Likely 1-2 Years

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From John Clayton’s Blog Today: The reason Plaxico Burress is optimistic about a new contract before the start of camp because the deal will be good for both sides. The Giants can extend his contract a year or two, potentially making him more committed to the team’s offseason program. In return, Burress can collect a nice signing bonus and more money.


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