What are the New York Giants’ needs on offense and how can they address them?

New York Giants, Evan Engram

This off-season for the New York Giants will be tailored around bolstering the defensive side of the ball. With coronavirus potentially setting back the new league year, general manager Dave Gettleman will have more time to evaluate incoming free agents and players in the NFL Draft. Ultimately, with a new head coach in Joe Judge, this is a positive thing for the team as they continue to rebuild and retool both sides of the ball. While defense remains the biggest hole, the offense still needs more resource allocation to reach his potential finally.

With tight end, Rhett Ellison announcing his retirement last week, finding another blocking TE to pair with Evan Engram, Kaden Smith, Garrett Dickerson, and C.J. Conrad will be a priority. Both Engram and Smith more skilled in the passing game but failed to be significant impacts in run blocking efficiency.

I anticipate the Giants and Gettleman going out and finding a replacement for Ellison. One decent option is former Green Bay Packer Jimmy Graham. Graham, who is 33 years old, is coming off a decent season with the Packers. He posted 447 yards and three touchdowns in 16 games. Having spent the last two seasons in Green Bay, he will be looking to join a new team, and his ability in the run blocking game could pay dividends for a team like the Giants.

Graham’s usage won’t be tailored towards receiving abilities, but rather a big body who can hold his own on the line of scrimmage. The big question here might be Graham’s contract, but considering his age and coming off two lackluster seasons, the Giants could land him for $5–6 million per season on a one or two year deal. It could be worth it for the sake of Saquon Barkley’s productivity inefficiency in the run game.

The New York Giants must find a new right tackle:

Aside from the tight end position, right tackle remains a significant void, especially since Mike Remmers seems to be hitting the free-agent market without any consideration of retention. Jack Conklin remains the best option in free agency for Gettleman, but his price tag will likely be far too high considering his issues in pass protection. The Giants are better off allocating a draft pick in the first or second round to the position in hopes that they can develop a player into their starter for the foreseeable future.

Aside from tight end and right tackle, the Giants could be in the market for a new center after Jon Halapio tore his Achilles tendon toward the end of the 2019 season. Lions’ Graham Glasgow could be an option in free agency as well — the trend here revolves around Daniel Jones and ensuring he has ample protection.

Jack Conklin Will Now Pass on Signing With the Jets: Report

New York Giants, Tennessee Titans, Jack Conklin

One day after Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio broke the story that Tennessee Titans right tackle Jack Conklin would be signing with the New York Jets in free agency this month, another report is refuting the move.

Adam Schefter of ESPN tweeted out that Conklin will say ‘thanks but no thanks’ to the offensive-line starved Jets.

We found Florio’s scoop to be a curious one since free agency is still 16 days away. Why would Conklin pick a team like the Jets without even testing the the free agent waters and field other offers.

The rumor brought about speculation of possible tampering by the Jets in pursuing Conklin but Florio did not reveal the source of the rumor.

Conklin was the eighth overall player selected in the 2016 NFL Draft and started all 16 games in 2016 and 2017. He was injured in 2018, missing seven contests but started all 16 games at right tackle for the Titans last season.

Conklin is likely to command a top salary, perhaps as much as $18 million per year. The Jets are currently $52 million under the salary cap.

Report: Jack Conklin expected to sign with the Jets

New York Giants, Tennessee Titans, Jack Conklin

The New York Jets are in sore need of quality players all over the field this offseason with offensive tackle at the top of the list. You can cross that off if the report that Tennessee Titans right tackle Jack Conklin is committing to signing with the Jets once free agency begins on March 18:

From Mike Florio of PFT:

Per a league source, one NFL team has been informed that Conklin plans to sign with the Jets when free agency opens on March 18.

 

The report is just that, and nothing more. It doesn’t mean that the Jets and Conklin’s representation have struck a wink-nod deal. It doesn’t mean that they’ve even talked, although tampering is rampant in Indianapolis at the Scouting Combine.

 

All it means is that one NFL team has been informed that Conklin plans to sign with the Jets. Within the next 18 days, we’ll find out whether that happens.

Conklin was the eighth overall selection out of Michigan State in the 2016 NFL Draft and started every game in first two seasons for the Titans. Injuries limited him to nine games in 2018 but he was right back on the horse in 2019, starring all 16 games at right tackle. Last May, the Titans declined the fifth-year option on Conklin’s rookie contract making him eligible for free agency this year.

The Jets have $52.6 million in available cap space to sign free agents this offseason and general manager Joe Douglas has his work cut out for him. The Jets’ two starters at tackle last season  – Kelvin Beachum and Brandon Shell – are headed for free agency themselves in a few weeks, so expect Douglas to drive hard to the hoop on Conklin and maybe one other tackle.

Rotoworld believes Conklin could top the $18 million Lane Johnson got from the Philadelphia Eagles last season. For the Jets, who have one of the lowest-rated and shallow offensive lines, it would be well worth the investment.

 

New York Giants: 2 free agent offensive tackles to protect Daniel Jones

New York Giants, Tennessee Titans, Jack Conklin

The demise of left tackle Nate Solder and inadequacy of Mike Remmers has put the New York Giants in tumultuous position going into free agency. Solder’s contract doesn’t allow him to be cut without counting $13 million in dead cap. If the Giants retain him, he will count $19.5 million against the cap, so they would only save $6.5 million if cut. They’re better of keeping him on the roster and hoping new head coach Joe Judge can turn his play around.

However, the right tackle position needs to be upgraded.

Here are two options the New York Giants should consider:

1.) Anthony Castonzo

If GM Dave Gettleman dares to move Solder over to the right tackle position, he could go after Anthony Castonzo, who ranks as one of the best left tackles in the NFL.

Here’s how PFF breaks down the potential target (mind you, this was a Jets tailored assessment):

“Anthony Castonzo has been one of the best left tackles in the NFL for quite some time now, and if the New York Jets are going to pay any left tackle, it needs to be him. Kelvin Beachum, their 2019 starting left tackle, was the Jets’ highest-graded lineman but didn’t sniff the play of Castonzo, who was the third highest-graded left tackle in 2019. And since 2012, his lowest grade in a season is a solid 76.9.”

Fitting the former Indianapolis Colt into the offensive front would give Jones ample protection form his blind-side, but it would cost the Giants a pretty penny. I anticipate Castonzo earning upwards of $17 million per season, and while the New York Giants have the cap-space, they might be better off locking down a young talent in the draft to fill the spot on a much cheaper deal.

2.) Jack Conklin

In the scenario that Solder remains at left tackle, Conklin is an exciting free agent that could fill the void Remmers will inevitably leave behind. With Jones being sacked 38 times in his rookie season in 12 games, upgrading this spot is a matter of who and not when.

Conklin represents a reliable player with playoffs experience, but he has struggled in the past with his consistency. The Titans rejected his 5th-year option and allowed him to walk into free agency, which should be an indication of his abilities on their offensive front. He’s a better option like Remmers, but the Giants shouldn’t overpay for his services.

As per overthecap.com, Conklin projects to earn a $70 million deal with $43 million guaranteed in free agency. That’s a hefty sum, but the Giants have the ammo to get it done.

PFF says:

Conklin is the best right tackle on the market, and he’s coming off a regular season which he finished 12th overall among tackles in PFF grade (78.3) and fifth in run-blocking grade (81.0). Conklin has some issues in pass protection, as his pass-blocking grade ranks just 49th on true pass sets over the last two seasons, and he’s on the higher end among offensive tackles receiving help (double teams, chip blocks, etc). Still, Conklin is a versatile run blocker who finished with the No. 6 grade on zone runs and the No. 14 mark on gap runs. He’s been one of the better right tackles in the league since being drafted in the first round in 2016.

In 2019, Conklin recorded the highest run-block grade of his career, the fifth-highest among right tackles. Overall, he was among the 10 best offensive tackles in PFF grade. His pass-protection wasn’t the best as he sat right at the 50th percentile among offensive tackles in PFF grade on true pass sets, but Conklin constantly made holes for [Derrick] Henry and the Titans running game. His positively graded run-block percentage was at the 91st percentile and his zone-blocking grade was at the 94th.

The Real Question for the New York Giants at 4

New York Giants, DeAndre Baker

The New York Giants have a very real dilemma if they do not trade back in the 2020 NFL Draft this April.  Of course, any Giant fan will hold on to the dream of Chase Young falling to New York, but the roads to get there are nearly impassable.  

It would take a team willing to outbid the Miami Dolphins, who hold five picks in the first two rounds this year, for Washington’s pick.  Which would also mean the Redskins would be willing to move outside the Top 5.

Possible? Sure. So is me winning a lottery jackpot upwards of one billion dollars?

What options do the Giants realistically have at 4?

Fans of the New York Giants should stick to three options assuming they stay at number 4.  Those options are offensive tackle, a versatile defensive unicorn, and another young cornerback.

Offensive Tackle

Fortunately for the Giants, the offensive tackle class has some very good talent.  There are four options right now that the Giants could consider at the 4th overall. Alabama’s Jedrick Wills, Georgia’s Andrew Thomas, Iowa’s Tristan Wirfs, and Mekhi Becton out of Louisville.  

Jedrick Wills seems to be separating himself a bit from the rest, but Mekhi Becton has been gaining quite a bit of steam heading into the pre-draft process.  I wrote in my most recent mock draft that I believe Andrew Thomas would be the best fit for the Giants run game, but Becton Wills and Wirfs all have their arguments as well.  Admittedly, I’m beginning to lean more towards Wills, while not being able to deny the lateral movement of Becton. Regardless, if Dave Gettleman wants to add a hog molly with the 4th pick, there are plenty of options.

The Unicorn

All I really need to say here is the name “Isaiah Simmons” and end this paragraph.  Everyone knows his name and what he can do. He’s versatile, he’s talented and he has very few, if any, weaknesses to his game.  Simmons can play a variety of positions, which is what makes him attractive for the Giants here. He wouldn’t fix all of the defenses issues, but wherever he plays best would be an upgrade for New York.

His best fit for the Giants would likely be linebacker.  Either as an interior LB or as the WILL in a 4-3 front. Regardless, he can cover running backs, tight ends and even wide receivers, as well as be an impact blitzer.  If you’ve been a fan of the Giants for awhile, you likely desire a talented sideline-to-sideline linebacker that can defend the pass against running backs and tightends as much as I have.  Simmons is that answer.

Cornerback

Albeit the least likely of the three options, one can not rule out the Giants potential attraction to Ohio State’s Jeffrey Okudah.  Okudah’s man coverage skills and athletic ability may result in him evolving into one of, if not the best cornerback in the NFL during his time.  He is physical and can stay on a receivers hip through any route. Okudah’s ball skills are tremendous. He may need to work on his zone presence a little, but the value he adds in the pass game outweighs that.

The Dilemma

To me, the real debate for the Giants if they choose to stay at four is simple.  Linebacker or offensive tackle. Of course, Simmons can play more than just linebacker, but he is best suited for the middle of the defense.  He’s not a true EDGE rusher and putting him at safety takes him away from being a consistent impact on every rep. If the Giants draft Simmons, it is to play him at linebacker.  

As much as I covet a game-changing linebacker for this team, is a linebacker more valuable and more of a dire need for the New York Giants?  It certainly is something they need to address, but let’s not ignore the issues at offensive line.

The problems along the offensive line have been rampant for the Giants for years.  Nate Solder was given a big contract but has not lived up to it. The right tackle has been a carousel of players with no clear answer.  Misfortune and durability have crippled the starting center role. Trying to patch the line up can no longer be an answer.  

OL Nick Gates showed promise last season.  He stepped in when Mike Remmers was injured and looked good.  Whether or not he can be a consistent starter quality talent for New York is still a question.  Free-agent Jack Conklin has been a name linked to the Giants for some time now, but his signing with Big Blue is no certainty either.  Even with the addition of Conklin, do either him or Gates have what it takes to play left tackle? Can Nate Solder drastically improve?  

Finding a talented offensive line is not just a problem that plagues the Giants.  Every team in the NFL values talent on their line every off-season. There are plenty of teams with good lines, but having depth is another thing.  Jack Conklin could command big money in free agency, which the Giants have, but are they willing and able to outbid other suitors? Time will tell. 

The 2020 offensive tackle class this year is pretty talented.  As noted earlier, there are four options for the Giants with the 4th pick.  Usually, if a position of need is deep, I am all for waiting to select a player.  However, is this really something worth risking to wait until taking with the 2nd pick?  Would players like Josh Jones, Lucas Niang and Austin Jackson have the same impact and longevity? They might, but why let another team dictate who you can pick if you have the fortune of being able to choose whoever you want?

Isaiah Simmons is a fantastic athlete and I will not be disappointed to hear his name called to the Giants in April.  I will be the first in line to buy his jersey.  However, when it comes down to it, offensive tackle is a much more important need than a linebacker. The Giants have taken risks in the last two drafts.  A running back with the 2nd overall pick, and then a controversial QB selection in 2019. It is imperative for the success of the team to give both of those players help.  Even if that means sacrificing a unicorn in the process.

New York Giants to target top right tackle in free agency

New York Giants, Tennessee Titans, Jack Conklin

When Dave Gettleman first joined the New York Giants as their general manager, he vowed to piece together the offensive line. After allocating plenty of resources towards bolstering the unit, including drafting Will Hernandez and signing left tackle Nate Solder, most thought that the front-five would see significant improvement after years of negligence.

However, after two seasons, the group has failed to break the average mark in terms of overall grading and production. Rookie quarterback, Daniel Jones, Was sacked 38 times in 12 games last season, showing their inability to play as a cohesive unit and build upon the minimal success they enjoyed in 2018. Solder essentially took a season off, grading out as one of the worst left tackles in the game (11 sacks allowed – 2nd overall, per PFF).

Moving forward, Gettleman needs to find a way to piece together the offensive line before the 2020 regular season. One option is expected free agent right tackle, Jack Conklin, who reached the postseason with the Tennessee Titans this year.

The Titans failed to pick up his fifth-year option, which opens the door for the Giants as a potential suitor. As per ESPN’s Jordan Raanan, the Giants will “explore” the idea of sign in Conklin in free agency. The right tackle was a first-team All-Pro selection in his rookie campaign in 2016.

The New York Giants need to find a solution on the OL:

The Giants would likely have to allocate plenty of cap-space towards Conklin. Still, he would solidify the offensive line and allow cattleman to use the fourth overall selection in the 2020 NFL draft on a defensive player like Clemson linebacker, Isaiah Simmons. Alternatively, the draft has plenty of tackle talent that would reinforce Jones’ protection, but the defense is in pressing need of help.

As per overthecap.com, Conklin projects to earn around $8 million per season, but due to the scarcity of tackles in the NFL, we should expect to see him earn at least $15 million in free agency. The Giants have the funds with a projected $80+ million in space this off-season, so signing Conklin isn’t out of the picture.

New York Jets: Three Offensive Free Agents the Jets Should Sign

New York Jets

The New York Jets offense in 2019 was a total disaster posting historically bad numbers throughout the season. Jets “offensive genius” head coach Adam Gase is likely one bad season away from getting canned so it’s imperative for him to avoid another season like 2019. The Jets need help offensively and with 80 million dollars in cap room maybe they’ll coerce a star to come over to the big apple. There are multiple players the Jets can go after but these three should be the biggest targets for gang green.

Brandon Scherff

Brandon Scherff is most likely going to be a free agent this season and that could not have come at a better time for the Jets. The Jets must back up the brinks truck for this guy. The Jets narrowly missed out on Scherff in the 2015 NFL draft and they would be foolish to miss out on him again five years later. Scherff is a three-time pro bowl guard and he would be a massive upgrade over Brian Winters. Scherff is a versatile player who can play anywhere on the offensive line which is perfect for the Jets because they have issues all over the line. If the Jets want to revamp their offensive line Scherff is the perfect player to start with and they should do whatever it takes to get him.

Jack Conklin

Jack Conklin has been nothing short of a great player in his NFL career. Conklin may not have carried over his success from his rookie year but that doesn’t mean he isn’t a sold player. After being named an all pro his rookie year Conklin’s productiveness fell off a bit, he is a very solid tackle, but he hasn’t been able to regain his dominant rookie performance. Conklin might demand somewhere between 12-16 million dollars annually which is a big risk considering his inconsistency. Conklin is worth looking at especially for the Jets who will most likely have to fill both tackle spots in free agency. At only 25 years old Conklin would be worth the long-term investment and would fill the biggest position of need on the New York Jets.

Amari Cooper

If Amari Cooper hits the market the New York Jets should be all over him. Very rarely do you see stud number 1 wide receivers hit the market but in this case its very possible Cooper hits the market. With the Cowboys still needing to resign Dak Prescott and other key players Amari Cooper might be the odd man out. In 2016 the New York Jets missed out on signing Allen Robinson in free agency, they would be foolish to make the same mistake again four years later. Signing Amari Cooper gives the Jets their first true number one receiver since Santonio Holmes. Amari Cooper would most likely be paid about 19 million dollars annually if he hit the market, but if the Jets feel they need a proven number one receiver then they will have hit the jackpot with Cooper.

How the New York Giants can shake up the offensive line this offseason

New York Giants, Nate Solder, Jon Halapio, Mike Remmers

The New York Giants must prioritize several positions this offseason, especially with $80+ million in cap space and valuable draft capital. New head coach Joe Judge made it apparent that he will seek tough, disciplined players who go 100% on every play, even if they’re down by 30 points.

Finding mentally tough players isn’t an easy task in the NFL when your franchise has been scolded by a lack of effort and negative criticism for years on end. However, the Giants have an opportunity to re-write their legacy in the coming months, and it starts with protecting their franchise quarterback, Daniel Jones.

Jones, who endured his first season in the NFL in 2019, suffered at the likes of LT Nate Solder and center Jon Halapio (38 sacks in 12 games started). Both LG Will Hernandez and RT Mike Remmers struggled in their own ways, primarily due to a lack of cohesion on the line. Offensive line coach Hal Hunter did a poor job developing their chemistry and allowing them to play to the best of their ability. Judge will be on the lookout for a new OL coach, preferably Bill Callahan.

The journey forward will undoubtedly include the injection of better talent on the line. The draft offers ample options in the first two rounds, especially Andrew Thomas, Jedrick Wills Jr., and Tristan Wirfs. All three would cost GM Dave Gettleman a first-round selection, but it could also open up the idea of trading back and collecting more draft capital to use later on.

With the trading of Leonard Williams last season, Gettleman forfeited a third-round selection. If he elects to let him walk in free agency, he will recoup the pick through the compensatory algorithm. However, it will be a later third-round pick than the earlier selection he forfeited for Williams. This opens the door for trading back and adding value in the second round. With several quarterback hungry teams sitting being Big Blue, there are plenty of options to choose from.

Who can the New York Giants target in free agency?

Pending free agents include Jack Conklin, Andrew Whitworth, Anthony Castonzo, Bryan Baluga, and more. This offseason holds plenty of tackle targets for the Giants, but it boils down to price and need. Are the Giants keen on bringing on a cheap player via the draft, or are they confident in reserve OL Nick Gates?

One way or another, Gettleman will bring in an offensive lineman, the method he uses is the big question.

 

 

New York Giants: Top Three Big-Name Free Agent Targets In 2020

The New York Giants are rebuilding their 4-12 roster this offseason. New York hired its new head coach Joe Judge and is continuing to fill out its coaching staff. Judge and general manager Dave Gettleman will work this offseason endlessly to turn this team around and build a competitive roster.

This process will begin in March with the opening of free agency. The Giants can be big spenders this year if they want to be. They are estimated by Spotrac to have over $69 million in cap space before they start trimming the fat and cutting veteran contracts.

This influx of cap space could allow the Giants to shop near the top of the free agency market. Luckily for them, this is a loaded group of free agents hitting the open market in 2020. If the Giants go after the big-names, who should their top targets be?

Yannick Ngakoue

The Jacksonville Jaguars seem destined to lose one of their best players this offseason. Edge rusher Yannick Ngakoue is due for a new contract, and the two sides do not appear anywhere close to completing a deal. Last offseason, Ngakoue held out of training camp in hopes of a contract extension.

This offseason, Ngakoue will hit the open market as one of the most highly-coveted free agents. Through 4 seasons, Ngakoue has totaled 37.5 sacks. He has not had a single season in his career with less than 8 sacks, hitting that number in all 4 seasons, including a career-high 12 sacks in 2017. Additionally, Ngakoue has totaled 122 combined tackles over 4 years.

At only 24 years-old, Yannick Ngakoue would be a vital building block for the future of the Giants’ future. However, Yannick’s talents would not come cheap. The pass-rusher has an estimated market value of $17.1 million, according to Spotrac. This would create a significant dent in the Giants’ salary cap. But at a position of such great need for the Giants, it would be worth it to pay for the upgrade with Yannick Ngakoue.

Byron Jones

Another defensive building block will be available at the top of the market this offseason. However, this next option is not a pass-rusher. Byron Jones is a versatile cornerback that makes a significant impact in pass coverage. 

Byron’s versatility prevails through his ability to play both safety and cornerback efficiently. Jones is 6 feet tall and 200 pounds, a large-bodied cornerback with peak physicality to cover larger receivers and tight ends:

The 27-year old defensive back out of Connecticut spent his first five seasons with the division-rival Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys are in a bit of trouble regarding their salary cap. They just paid Ezekiel Elliot and Demarcus Lawrence, and they still have not paid Dak Prescott. New head coach Mike McCarthy will have some tough decisions to make regarding the team’s impending free agents, and he might have to let some big names walk out the door. Byron Jones could be one of those big names to depart.

According to Pro Football Focus, Jones had a forced incompletion rate of 15.1%, which ranked 22nd among corners through Week 17, and he held opponents to a 22nd-ranked 11.0 yards per reception. Jones has also tallied 20 passes defended over the last two seasons to go with 111 combined tackles in the same span.

The Giants’ youthful secondary has a lot of inexperienced cornerbacks that have yet to prove themselves as capable starters at the professional level. Throwing Byron Jones into the mix would give the Gmen a reliable cornerback to gel the defense together.

Jack Conklin

The Tennessee Titans’ former All-Pro offensive tackle Jack Conklin will be a free agent this offseason. The right tackle is 25 years old, with four years of NFL experience under his belt. Conklin will be by far the best offensive tackle available this offseason.

Offensive tackle is a significant position of need for the New York Giants. Their 2019 right tackle Mike Remmers was only committed to a one-year deal and will likely walk away in free agency this offseason. On the opposite side, left tackle Nate Solder has seen a drastic decrease in quality-of-play and is being paid top-tier money. The Giants could look to move on from Nate sooner than later.

It is not a stretch to say that Conklin would be a notable upgrade over either of the Giants’ current offensive tackles. Conklin is not an excellent pass-protector, but he is a versatile and reliable run-blocker. According to PFF, Conklin finished with the No. 6 grade on zone runs, and the No. 14 mark on gap runs.

Jack Conklin was selected as a First-Team All-Pro during his rookie season in 2016. Since then, Conklin has not been quite as good, but he has still been one of the best right tackles in the NFL. Signing Jack Conklin would instantly turn one of the Giants’ positions of need into a position of strength.

New York Giants should pursue Titans star tackle in free agency

New York Giants, Tennessee Titans, Jack Conklin

As the analytical geniuses say, running the ball is becoming less critical in the NFL. However, everybody else is saying that the art of running the ball is as prevalent as ever, considering Derrick Henry and his stellar performance this season. The New York Giants haven’t enjoyed the same level of success with Saquon Barkley, who’s equally as talented if not more versatile.

The reason Barkley struggled in 2019 boils down to two factors — a high ankle sprain he suffered in week three, and a lackluster offensive line. At left tackle, Nate Solder graded out as one of the most inadequate in the NFL, and while right tackle Mike Remmers remained steady and serviceable, he’s nowhere near Tennessee tackle, Jack Conklin.

Conklin, who’s set to his the free agency market, earned a solid 78.0 overall grade, via PFF ( the analytics guys). Remmers landed at 64.3, which shows the difference in quality. At 6-foot-6, Conklin allowed just 9.5 total sacks in four years, which attests to his consistency on the line. This season, he allowed four total sacks, which is above his average, but he still contributed heavily towards one of the best rushing attacks in football.

The New York Giants will have to hand over the dough:

Coming off his rookie contract, Conklin is ready to cash in on a solid 2019 campaign. If the Giants want to content for his services, they will have to offer him a deal worth at least $15 million per season. At 25-years-old, he could be locked down by GM Dave Gettleman for the foreseeable future, giving the Giants a chance at an elite front five.

Factor in the potential release of Solder and the Giants could utilize their first-round pick on Andrew Thomas, top offensive tackle out of Georgia. While I don’t believe Solder is going anywhere, it ultimately comes down to Gettleman’s preference — building through the draft at OL or signing a proven free agent.

With $80+ million in cap-spae, I’m inclined to believe Gettleman will spend on a new tackle.

Spotrac’s market value indicator for Conklin:

Market Value

  • 6 yrs, $90,163,388
  • Avg. Salary: $15,027,231
  • NFL Rank: 55
  • RT Rank: 3