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    Giants give DE Canty six-year, $42 million deal

    Giants give DE Canty six-year, $42 million deal

    Posted: Adam Schefter | Adam Schefter | Tags: Chris Canty, Dallas Cowboys, Green Bay Packers, New York Giants

    The New York Giants continue making bold moves to shore up their defense.

    One day after signing DT Rocky Bernard and LB Michael Boley, the Giants signed free-agent DE Chris Canty to a six-year, $42 million contract that includes $17.25 million in guaranteed money. Now Dallas’ loss is New York’s gain.

    Dallas could not afford to keep Canty, and the Green Bay Packers were trying to arrange for him to visit the team. But Sunday afternoon, Canty took the Giants’ offer.

    The Giants have gotten defensive. Again.

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    Re: Giants give DE Canty six-year, $42 million deal

    Giants and Redskins are trying to emulate the Steelers winning ways with a top flight D. Too bad there is only one Richard LeBeau. (tired of seeing 'bad word' )
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    Re: Giants give DE Canty six-year, $42 million deal

    Quote Originally Posted by Discipline of Steel
    Giants and Redskins are trying to emulate the Steelers winning ways with a top flight D. Too bad there is only one Richard LeBeau. (tired of seeing 'bad word' )
    I'm never tired of seeing 'bad word'

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