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Reports: Brian Burns traded to Giants for draft picks

Brian Burns

The New York Giants are said to have made a significant splash through a trade on the opening day of NFL free agency. According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo on Monday, New York is getting outstanding pass rusher Brian Burns from the Carolina Panthers in exchange for a second-round pick (No. 39 overall) and a fifth-round pick (No. 141) in the draft that will take place next month. To an NFL Network story, the Giants have also signed Brian Burns to a massive five-year contract worth up to $150 million, with $87.5 million guaranteed.

According to Spotrac’s salary figures, Brian Burns will become the fourth-highest-paid defensive player in the NFL with an average annual value of $30 million, after defensive end Nick Bosa of the San Francisco 49ers, defensive tackle Chris Jones of the Kansas City Chiefs, and defensive tackle Aaron Donald of the Los Angeles Rams. After being selected by Carolina with the 16th overall pick in the 2019 draft, Brian Burns, who turns 26 in April, played for the team for the first five years of his career. He was given a $24 million franchise tag by the Panthers last week. Throughout his 67 starts and 80 appearances in the NFL. Two-time Pro Bowler Brian Burns has amassed 46 sacks, eight forced fumbles. 59 tackles for loss, 246 total tackles, and 95 quarterback hits.

In 2022, he had his greatest season yet,

recording career highs in tackles for loss (17), total tackles (63) QB hits (22), and sacks (12.5). In addition to his productivity, Brian Burns has shown durability. During his first five seasons, he didn’t miss more than one game. Brian Burns finished the previous season with eight sacks, sixteen tackles for loss, fifty total tackles. And eighteen quarterback hits in 16 games. With players like tackle Dexter Lawrence and pass rusher Kayvon Thibodeaux already on the team. He will now contribute to the formation of an intimidating Giants defensive front.

The Giants reportedly signed running back Devin Singletary. To a three-year contract worth up to $19.5 million via free agency earlier on Monday. Jon Runyan, an offensive guard, is supposedly worth up to $30 million. Saquon Barkley, the running back, and Xavier McKinney, the safety. Left New York to sign contracts with the Philadelphia Eagles and Green Bay Packers, respectively.

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