Not only are the New York Giants coaching staff and front office surrounded by uncertainty, but so is their upcoming class of free agents. At a time when divison rival Philadelphia Eagles are extending Alshon Jeffery and Tim Jernigan, the Giants have not had any talks with their upcoming key free agents such as offensive linemen Justin Pugh and Weston Richburg, as well as linebacker Devon Kennard, sources tell ESPN. It is the same type of stance the Giants adopted with wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., who was eligible to sign an extension last offseason for the first time in his NFL career even though it isn't the final year of his current deal. Neither Beckham nor players on expiring contracts have entered into serious, or even preliminary, talks with the Giants last offseason and into this season.
Giants have not held talks with upcoming free agents
ESPN | Dec 3