Giants re-sign DT Shaun Rogers & TE Bear Pascoe

The Giants spent the first part of the week trimming their roster. Now they’re adding to it. The Giants have announced that the team has reached an agreement with DT Shaun Rogers. Rogers, as you know, was on the team last season and was a supposed to make an impact this season but ended up on IR after developing a blood clot in his leg during training camp. Coughlin was a big fan of Rogers in camp, so it’s not a huge shock that the Giants re-upped with Rogers for another year. It is expected that the deal will be a 1-year deal with a base salary of $925,o00. Rodgers will add depth to a depleated interior line after the Giants cut starter Chris Canty.

*********** Pascoe Re-Ups, Too. ***********

As we mentioned a week ago, the Giants agreed to terms with TE Bear Pascoe. They’ve officially announced that today, as the team agreed to a one-year deal worth about $900,000 with a salary of $715,000. Pascoe and Adrian Robinson are the only TE’s on the roster as of today.

 


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One Response to “Giants re-sign DT Shaun Rogers & TE Bear Pascoe”

  1. DP says:

    Does anyone know if Robinson is anywhere close enough to being ready as a steady contributor to the offense next season at TE? As the so called JPP of TE’s I was expecting more last season out of Robinson.

    Also, have the Giants ever tried Barden in the slot? or exclusively wide? With his big body it seems he could have been developed into a ‘big’ slot receiver, kind of like a Bolden type in Baltimore or an old-fashioned H-Back or motion TE type. Don’t know if he is tough enough to play inside, but it appears he clearly lacks the separation speed to play outside, that lack of speed would not hurt as much on the inside of the formation, if he has any degree of quickness to go along with his size.

    The Giants need a strong draft and TC has to let the rookies play.

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