NEW YORK — The Arizona Cardinals and New York Giants have agreed to terms that will keep them together through the 2021 season, according to a person familiar with the matter.
The deal is for five years and $60 million, the person said.
The five-year, $60M deal is worth $20 million per season, the source said.
It is a big boost to the Giants’ chances of winning the Super Bowl and gives them a huge boost in salary cap space for the 2021 campaign.
The Giants also signed free agent receiver Demaryius Thomas, and the New York Jets also signed receiver Marques Colston, the agent said.
Thomas is expected to receive a new five-time Pro Bowl contract, which is worth an estimated $30 million per year.
Thomas was signed to a five-years, $90 million contract.
Colston was signed for $14 million per, the New Orleans Saints said.
He is expected get $16 million per in the new contract.
The Cowboys are expected to re-sign safety Sean Lee, but a source told ESPN that the Cowboys will hold onto their top-ranked free safety, according.