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Giants and Burress Agree to Two-Year Extension

The deal is finally done with Giants WR Plaxico Burress and the team.  Today it was announced that Burress and the team agreed to a two-year deal that will bump his salary into the $7 million range over the next five years. The deal includes $11 million in guaranteed money that will be paid this season.  Burress had three years left on his deal that he signed back in 2005.

“We always remained hopeful that it would get done before the season started,” general manager Jerry Reese said. “It came down to the last few minutes and we’re happy to get it done so we can move forward in our season. Plax is happy to get the contract done as well. It took a little longer than we expected it to take, but Plax was professional about it the whole time. We’re excited and happy that it’s over and we’re ready to move forward into this new season.”

Burress caught the game winner in last years Super Bowl, and in 16 regular season games had 70 catches for 1025 yards and 12 touchdowns.  He has become Eli Manning’s favorite target, and the deal was a top priority for the Giants to keep Burress happy and productive.

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One Response to “Giants and Burress Agree to Two-Year Extension”

  1. Mario Petronelli says:

    Alright! How about those Giants! They cam out early and Eli looked like the MVP of last years Super Bowl! Awesome work! It’s going to be a great year!!!

    Hey, I figured I would share a little tip for any fellow G-Men fans looking to go to a game at Giants Stadium this year…
    If you are looking to save some money but see a game then wait till Wednesday night or the Thursday before the game. These are the days when ticket holders start to reduce ticket prices big-time on sites like StubHub, RazorGator and eSellOut… Why? Because many of the guys still holding tickets live out of the state in areas like California or Texas even and have no chance or want to attend the game BUT they would much rather take $50-$100 for their tickets instead of nothing. Think about it this way…If you tried to get tickets off a scary scalper on game day your walking around with at least $300-$500 cash without any idea of what you might get. Personally I always use eSellOut because it is independently owned and I think they tend to be a little easier to use and often more cost friendly. Check them out: or use who you are comfortable using BUT try this method sometime and notice how much money you will save the next time you head off to a game!

    ~Mario Petronelli

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