Veteran tight end Kyle Rudolph, who was acquired by New York Giants in their active free-agency spending sesh, needs a foot surgery however its believed that he’s ready to get back to the field at the beginning of 2021 season.
While he was playing for Minnesota Vikings previous season, Rudolph had injured his foot during a 6 December game against Jacksonville Jaguars. He had to miss the last four games and post spending ten years with the Vikings, he agreed to join the Giants under a 2-year $12mn deal. Four months post he hurt his foot; it hasn’t yet healed completely, which has resulted in a short snag under his agreement signing, as per the NFL Network. This issue has been solved, confirmed The Post and Rudolph had signed the agreement, without any financial amendments made by the Giants.
Rudolph will be counting $4.75mn on his salary cap for this year. He will receive a deal signing bonus worth $4.5mn.
Notably, in the 140 games that Rudolph played for Vikings, he had 48 touchdowns and 453 receptions for 4488 yards. Last season, his 28 receptions under 12 games was the lowest he had produced since the year 2014, the time he played in just 9 games.