The New York Giants jersey made a splash with two big free-agency signings from wisepowder's blog

After falling agonizingly short of winning the division in the 2020 NFL season, the New York Giants jersey made a few surprise additions in free agency. Let’s take a look at the Giants’ player acquisitions and who they decided to keep (or not keep) on their roster this offseason.To get more Giants jerseys cheap with cheap price, you can visit official website.

The Giants were always an intriguing team coming into free agency. As they enter the third season with Daniel Jones, the Giants need to put talent around him to evaluate whether he is the franchise’s future. The Giants jersey receiving corps is best described as solid. Their leading receiver in terms of targets was tight end Evan Engram (109). However, Engram wavered with consistency, owning a 57.8 percent catch rate and a massive 10.1 percent drop rate.

Behind Engram, Darius Slayton and Sterling Shepard led the wide receivers with 96 and 90 targets each. They finished with a combined 1,407 receiving yards and 6 touchdowns. At the same time, Engram added 654 receiving yards and 1 touchdown. The concern for the Giants was a lack of a true WR1. Slayton and Shepard are role players, but with Engram too inconsistent to be the top option, the Giants needed to add a major weapon. They did precisely that in signing Kenny Golladay.The New York Giants paid Golladay an average of $18 million per year on a four-year deal. The contract places Golladay tied-sixth on the list of highest-paid receivers in the league. Of the free-agent receivers signed as of March 23, Golladay received the highest average value by far — the next closest is Corey Davis ($12.5 million per year). The signing of Golladay was not the end of the Giants’ free-agency moves.

After the Tennessee Titans released him, the Giants signed Adoree’ Jackson on a reported three-year, $39 million contract. The $13 million per year average value has Jackson tied for 12th in terms of the highest-paid corners. Jackson is the third-highest-paid corner of the 2021 free-agent class so far. Jackson is another player the New York Giants jersey have signed in free agency who dealt with injury last season. After playing in 43 games in his first three years, Jackson played in just three games in 2020. In those games, Jackson played poorly. He allowed an 81.3 percent completion rate with 3 touchdowns on 16 targets, finishing the year with a QB rating of 145.8 when targeted.

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