The New York Football Giants are bringing back former 2007 first-round pick CB Aaron Ross. After allowing Ross to test the market last season and sign with the Jaguars, Ross returns home after spending one season in Jacksonville. The Jaguars released Ross recently and both sides were interested in a reunion. The terms of the deal are not yet known, but it is believed that it’s a one-year deal.
While the Giants signed Ross, they’re losing TE Martellus Bennentt, who signed a four-year deal with the Bears. The Giants, who don’t like to overpay for a TE, will look to sign a veteran tight end, or stick with Bear Pascoe and last year’s fourth round pick Adrien Robinson.
Former Giants DT Chris Canty also inked a deal with the super bowl champion Baltimore Ravens. He signed a 3-year $8 million deal, which is similar to what the Giants gave Cullen Jenkins.
With G Kevin Boothe testing the market, reports have surfaced that the Giants are interested in former Jets G Matt Slauson if they can’t reach a deal with Boothe. More on this later.