Daniel Jones Demands Up To $45 Million Per Year – Is There A Viable Option For The Giants?

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The New York Giants have a big decision to make on its quarterback as he may not be worth the money is asking for. Daniel Jones is seeking up to $45 million per year in a new contract or maybe even more, reports ProFootballTalk. Additionally, the North Carolina native has switched agents from Creative Artists Agency LLC to Athletes First. It’s unclear what the Giants are offering, but if it’s not in his ballpark then it will lead to a likely franchise tag, which would cost a little more than $32 million. Applying the tag buys them time – but it’s only temporary. And after that things could get…

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