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Andrew Thomas signs five-year extension with Giants

Andrew Thomas Giants Extension

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Andrew Thomas signs five-year extension with Giants

The New York Giants have agreed to a record-setting contract extension with left tackle Andrew Thomas. The deal is a five-year extension that is valued at $117.5 million with $67 million worth of guaranteed money.

Thomas’ $67 million in guarantees is the largest for any offensive lineman in NFL history.

Thomas, 24, had a breakout season in 2022 and established himself as an All-Pro caliber player as he earned All-Pro second-team honors.

The Giants were able to crack the playoffs in 2022 and Thomas was a key factor in the team’s success. The blind-slide blocker was the leading man on a quality offensive line that help the Giants effectively run the ball.

Thomas’ record-setting extension signals massive success for both the Giants and Thomas himself. In the 2020 Draft, Thomas cemented himself as the best tackle in the class. The Giants selected the Georgia product with the fourth overall pick with the hope that he would be the solution to their offensive line woes. Despite a rough rookie season, Thomas was able to fulfill his potential and help fix the Giants’ line.

Thomas’ extension will keep him in New York through the prime of his career. The deal will keep the 6-5 left tackle in a Giants’ uniform through the 2029 NFL Season which will be his age-30 campaign.

The Giants have actively worked this offseason to retain core pieces of its roster. New York gave quarterback Daniel Jones a four-year extension worth $160 million. Additionally, they signed defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence to a four-year, $90 million deal.

The Giants will also have star running back Saquon Barkley for at least one more season. The two sides were unable to agree to a long-term extension, but they did find common ground on a one-year deal.

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