Giants safety hopes to re-sign and stay in New York

Giants safety hopes to re-sign and stay in New York

Julian Love wants to stick around.

The New York Giants safety would like to remain a member of the team. Giants general manager Joe Schoen said last week that he was opening up a window for contract negotiations with soon-to-be free agents. However, the bye-week is over and nothing has been negotiated with Love.


Here’s what he said about his desire to stay with the Giants, via the New York Post:

“I love playing here. I really enjoy the people here. It’s been a blast these past few years, and I respect the hell out of Schoen and everybody upstairs [in the front office]. So, yeah, if something can get done, I’d love to get it done. But the bye week was that time to figure things out and be involved in it … That term, ‘Once a Giant, Always a Giant,’ is something that has been appealing,”

Love, 24, was picked by the Giants in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft. He signed a four-year, $3.2 million rookie contract, and this is his first year as a full-time starter.

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The 6-2 Giants are coming off of a bye week and will host the Houston Texans on Sunday at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.


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