Giant Decisions: Bradshaw or Umenyiora; Bring Back Burress?

Giants Need To Keep Ahmad

The New York Giants have made an offer to running back Ahmad Bradshaw in an attempt to bring back the free agent, according to a league source.

In hopes of retaining the Marshall product, the club is looking to restructure Brandon Jacobs’ contract, which has a base number of $4.65 million this season.

Jacobs is open to returning to the team despite the talks of a reworked deal:

I’d be open to it as long as it is fair to me,”  “But once you take off an astronomical amount, that is not going to happen.”

It’s apparent the Giants are doing everything to hold on to Bradshaw.

Other free agents the Giants are pondering to keep: Defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka, tight end Kevin Boss and wide receiver Steve Smith.

Early indications have the Giants keeping all three players.

Tuck talking Osi, Plaxico: Defensive end Justin Tuck told Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News that he’s spoken to Osi Umenyiora.

Hopefully we can get him to calm down,” Tuck said.  It could be either Ahmad or Osi for the Giants, seeing they both want big long-term deals.

As for Plaxico possibly returning to the G-Men, Tuck had this to echo: “It’ll be another match made in heaven.”

“I know this team would love to see him back,” Tuck said. “I don’t see there being any other place for him to be than here in New York.

With the other team in town making headlines, the Giants are bound to make their fair share of waves, too.


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One Response to “Giant Decisions: Bradshaw or Umenyiora; Bring Back Burress?”

  1. antony toney says:

    If i ruled the world i would get rid of jacobs it was a bad contract when u let ward walk and sig him. He will start breaking down in the next few years cause of his running style. But i dont rule the world