With the deadline to tender restricted free agents a still a week away, the New York Giants took care of some housekeeping by extending offers for one year at the league minimum to exclusive rights free agents Jon Halapio and Aldrick Rosas.
Rosas had a break season in 2018 and was named to the Pro Bowl as the NFC’s starting placekicker. He had a near-perfect season, making 32 of 33 field goal attempts and 31 of 32 PATs, with his only missed PAT coming as a result of an errant snap.
Halapio began the season as the teams starting center, but ended up playing only two games after breaking his ankle in the Giants’ Week 2 loss to the Cowboys in Dallas. His rehab is reportedly going well and the Giants are expecting him to compete for the center position again at training camp.
Earlier, the Giants tendered fullback Eli Perry, another exclusive rights free agent. There is no word if the club plans on offering tenders to their other ERFAs, offensive lineman Kristjan Solkoli and defensive lineman Jordan Williams.
There is no word on whether the Giants will tender their two restricted free agents, wide receiver Corey Coleman and center Spencer Pulley.