The Giants are keeping their battery intact.
They’ve agreed to re-sign both punter Jamie Gillan and long-snapper Casey Kreiter on Monday, a source confirmed.
Gillan’s contract is a two-year, $4 million deal that could be worth up to $5 million with incentives, per NFL Network. The team considers Gillan, 25, a developmental and ascending player.
Kreiter, 32, is back for a fourth straight season in New York on a one-year deal, per ESPN.
It’s possible the Giants aren’t done with their core special teamers, too. Kicker Graham Gano, 35, is a candidate for a contract extension.
He is essentially entering the final year of his current deal with a $3.75 million base salary and $5.5 million cap hit. His 2024 season at the moment is an empty ‘void year’ carrying about $876,000 in cap chargers.
An extension would reward the reliable Gano and help GM Joe Schoen free some extra cap space.
Source:: The Mercury News