NFC Notes: Cowboys, Giants, Vikings

Cowboys

Giants

Former NFL agent Joel Corry tells Ryan Dunleavy of NJ.com that he would be looking for around $12 million per year in a long-term extension if he was Giants S Landon Collins.

Given his age and his character and his performance the last couple years, I’d be looking at a minimum of the Reshad Jones and Kam Chancellor neighborhood, which was $12 million a year,” Corry said. “It would have to be that to get my attention representing him.”

Meanwhile, Jason Fitzgerald of OverTheCap.com says Collins has a case to be made that he should be the highest-paid safety in the NFL.

“I think Collins pretty much fills every check box that you want: He’s very young, extremely productive on the field, considered a good athlete,” Fitzgerald said. “I think you can make a strong argument that he should be the highest-paid safety in the NFL, though I don’t think he will get there. I think a fair contract is probably something in the five-year, $62 million range with $35-$37 million guaranteed.

We have Collins featured in our Top 25 – 2019 NFL Free Agents list.

Vikings

  • According to Courtney Cornin, Vikings DE Danielle Hunter‘s contract will include cap hits of $5.063 million (2018), $13 million (2019), $14 million (2020), $15 million (2021), $15 million (2022), and $12 million (2023).
  • Cronin adds that Hunter’s base salary increases from $1.907 million in 2018 to $9.4 million in 2019. From there, Hunter’s salary increases to $10.4 in 2020 then stays at $11.4 for each of the final three years of the current contract.

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