Former Giants guard Justin Pugh is headed to the Arizona Cardinals. Pugh, 27, signed a 5-year, $45 million deal with the Cardinals on Friday, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Giants 2013 first-round pick played 63 games over five seasons for Big Blue, being used as both a tackle and guard. Pugh played in eight games last season but was shortened due to a back injury that ultimately landed him on injured reserve.
Money is not changing anything for the Giants' new left tackle. Nate Solder officially signed a four-year, $60 million contract with $35 million guaranteed on Thursday — making him the highest-paid offensive lineman in the NFL — but the left tackle does not seemed fazed by greater expectations that come with the hefty contract. "I'm going to worry about one thing and that's taking care of my business," he said on a conference call Friday.
Kareem Martin may not have the same standing as other Giants acquisitions like Nate Solder or Alec Ogletree, but his addition to the team may be just as impactful. The outside linebacker is the only member of the Giants defense who has played for new defensive coordinator James Bettcher, whose scheme includes a 3-4 base defense, which is different than the 4-3 defense the Giants have used in the previous years. “It's going to be a relentless defense,” Martin said on a conference call Friday.
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