Free-agency day 5: John Jerry re-signs with Giants

The Giants continue to work on their offensive line in free agency.

New York agreed to terms with versatile lineman John Jerry on a three-year deal, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday. The deal is worth $10 million with $4.25 million in guarantees, Rapoport added.

Jerry is entering his eighth year as a pro after being drafted by the Dolphins in the third round in 2010. He has played in all 48 games since joining the Giants prior to the 2014 season, earning 40 starts in that time.

The move comes two days after they added offensive tackle D.J. Fluker from the Chargers.

Here are some other moves we are tracking on day five of free agency:

  1. The Jets have touched base with veteran quarterback Josh McCown's people, Rapoport reported.
  1. Former Packers pass-rusher Datone Jones is visiting the Vikings, Rapoport reported.
  1. The Panthers re-signed guard Chris Scott to a one-year deal, the team announced. Scott can play guard and tackle and has spent the last four years in Carolina.
  1. The Bills held free-agent visits with offensive tackle Andre Smith, defensive end Jayrone Elliott, and wideout Jeremy Butler, the team announced.
  1. The deal that brought former Buccaneers wideout Russell Shepard to the Panthers is a three-year pact, Rapoport reported. The deal is worth $10 million, with $2.1 million guaranteed, Rapoport added, with incentives bringing the maximum to $13 million.
  1. The Cardinals announced they re-signed running back Andre Ellington to a one-year contract.
  1. Colts running back Robert Turbin is staying in Indianapolis on a two-year deal worth up to $4.1 million, Rapoport reported.
  1. The Falcons are signing safety Kemal Ishmael on a one-year deal worth $2.5 million, Rapoport reports.
  1. The Raiderssigned wide receiver and kick returner Cordarrelle Patterson to an undisclosed deal, the team announced Monday.
  1. The Rams have added to their secondary, agreeing to terms with former Broncos cornerback Kayvon Webster on Monday.
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