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Travis Beckum’s Contract:


From Mike Garafolo’s Twitter Account:

TE Travis Beckum’s contract (announced on Mon) is a 4-yr deal worth $2.363m with a playing time escalator in 4th yr from $565k to $1.308m.

Beckum played linebacker and defensive end in his first season with the Badgers before switching to tight end.

In three years on offense, Beckum played in 30 games with 20 starts and caught 159 passes for 2,149 yards (13.5-yard avg.) and 11 touchdowns. His 159 catches rank third in school history behind Lee Evans (175, 1999-2003) and Brandon Williams (202, 2002-05) and broke the previous Wisconsin tight end record of 121 catches by Pat Richter (1960-62). Beckum’s 75 receptions in 2007 tied Evans (2001) for the school season-record.

Last year, Beckum was a preseason first-team All-America but was limited to six games and four starts because of a fractured left fibula suffered in the Illinois game, an injury that required surgery. He still caught 23 passes for 264 yards.

Beckum is expected to handle a receiving role at tight end for the Giants and because of a lack of size at the receiver position, he could see time in the slot and out wide.

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  1. […] 65. NY Jets – Shonn Greene, RB, Iowa 4 years $2.655M; $905,000 SB 66. St. Louis – Bradley Fletcher, CB, Iowa 4 years terms undisclosed; $892K SB 67. Kansas City – Alex Magee, DT, Purdue 68. Chicago – Jarron Gilbert, DE, San Jose State 4 years $2.636M; $740,000 SB; $847K guaranteed 69. Dallas – Jason Williams, LB, Western Illinois 70. Cincinnati – Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech 71. Oakland – Matt Shaughnessy, DE, Wisconsin 72. Jacksonville – Terrance Knighton, DT, Temple 73. Jacksonville – Derek Cox, CB, William & Mary 74. San Francisco – Glen Coffee, RB, Alabama 75. Dallas – Robert Brewster, OT, Ball State 76. Detroit – DeAndre Levy, LB, Wisconsin 77. Houston – Antoine Caldwell, OC, Alabama 78. San Diego – Louis Vasquez, G, Texas Tech 79. Pittsburgh – Kraig Urbik, OG, Wisconsin 3 years $1.778M; $593K SB 80. Washington – Kevin Barnes, CB, Maryland 81. Tampa Bay – Roy Miller, DT, Texas 82. Detroit – Derrick Williams, WR, Penn State 83. New England – Brandon Tate, WR, North Carolina 84. Pittsburgh – Mike Wallace, WR, Mississippi 3 years, $1.74M; $555,000 SB 85. NY Giants – Ramses Barden, WR, Cal Poly-SLO 4 years $2.48M; $731K SB 86. Minnesota – Asher Allen, CB, Georgia 87. Miami – Patrick Turner, WR, USC 4 years $2.3 million; $714,000 SB 88. Baltimore – Lardarius Webb, CB, Nicholls State 3 years $1.714M; $529,500 SB 89. Tennessee – Jared Cook, TE, South Carolina 4 years, $2.44M; $700k SB 90. Atlanta – Christopher Owens, CB, San Jose State 4 years $2.438M; $688,000 SB 91. Seattle – Deon Butler, WR, Penn State 92. Indianapolis – Jerraud Powers, CB, Auburn 93. Carolina – Corey Irvin, DT, Georgia 94. Tennessee – Ryan Mouton, CB, Hawaii 4 years $2.4M 95. Arizona – Rashad Johnson, S, Alabama 3 years, terms undisclosed 96. Pittsburgh – Keenan Lewis, CB, Oregon State 3 years $1.665M; $480K SB 97. New England – Tyrone McKenzie, LB, South Florida 98. Cincinnati – Chase Coffman, TE, Missouri 99. Chicago – Juaquin Iglesias WR,, Oklahoma 4 years, $2.369M; $500,000 SB; $620K guaranteed 100. NY Giants – Travis Beckum, TE, Wisconsin 4 years $2.63M […]

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