Giants Sign 10 Players to reserve/futures contracts.
The New York Giants have reportedly started forming the 90-man roster for their 2023 offseason program, just a day after their 2022 season ended.
The Giants have signed 10 players to reserve/futures contracts, All of the players in question were part of the Giants’ practice squad during the current season and a number of them were promoted for games or spent time on the active roster.
Defensive Tackle Vernon Butler
Running Back Jashaun Corbin
Offensive Tackle Korey Cunningham
Cornerback Zyon Gilbert
Offensive lineman Devery Hamilton
Wide Receiver Jaydon Mickens
Wide Receiver Dre Miller
Wide Receiver Kalil Pimpleton
Wide Receiver Makai Polk
Safety Trenton Thompson
Reserve/futures as per a New York Giants Press Release.
What’s a Reserve/Futures Contract?
A future contract is similar as a typical active-roster agreement, with the same requirements for minimum veteran salaries, cap charges, signing bonuses, etc. The only variation is that it will not be executed until the beginning of the next League Year.
Teams can sign players to futures contracts as soon as the previous regular season concludes, however, the contract will not be counted against the salary cap or 53-man limit for the current year. Instead, it will be counted against the salary cap and 90-man camp limit for the next season.
Additionally, the player goes on the reserve/futures list and can’t be signed by any other team.
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