Over the past week the New York Giants draft class have officially begun signings. From the start of free agency the Giants budget has always been the center of attention. This year they were able to make decent picks based on the $133 million they had to spend.
The Giants made Berhe their first of two fifth-round picks with the 152nd-overall selection. After the selection, coach Tom Coughlin, general manager Jerry Reese and vice president of player evaluation Marc Ross all used the same phrase to describe Berhe’s game. He’s “a football player,” they all said.
When you look at $133 million salary cap, you have to question where a chunk of that money goes. Of the seven men chosen in the draft the first to be inked was Andre Williams and Nat Berhe last Friday. All contracts are for four years with the exception of first round pick. Continue reading First Eritrean NFL Player Nat Berhe Signed $2.4m Contract with New York Giants