REAL NEWS: Seahawks finally make signed of New York Giants quarterback one year, $7 millions contract deal….

Drew Lock, the quarterback for the New York Giants, signs a one-year, $5 million contract.


Lock, who was acquired from the Denver Broncos in the Russell Wilson trade, will now be in the Giants’ quarterback room alongside Daniel Jones and Tommy DeVito. However, the team may still choose to address the position in the draft the following month. Lock saw action in two starts last season, going 1-1 with a loss to the San Francisco 49ers and a victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. In 2023, Lock completed 63.2% of his passes for three touchdowns and three interceptions in four relief appearances.The Broncos selected him in the first round of the 2019 draft. In his eight seasons as a starter, he threw twenty interceptions and twenty touchdowns.

Lock never made it into Seattle’s starting lineup, despite expectations, and COVID-19 made things worse for him.
After testing free agency after missing the 2022 regular season, he returned to Seattle to serve as Smith’s backup.
Lock has completed 59.7% of his throws for 28 touchdowns and 23 interceptions in his NFL career

It’s possible that the Seahawks may now need to select Smith’s backup in the next draft.
Due to his contract with the Giants, Lock may now face competition from Daniel Jones, a struggling quarterback.

In order to perhaps contend for the starting quarterback position, Drew Lock inked a $5 million, one-year contract with the New York Giants that is fully guaranteed.
On Wednesday, when the new league season kicks off, the contract is expected to become official.

Daniel Jones is slated to be the starting quarterback for the Giants while he recovers from an estimated 10-month ACL surgery.
Both veteran Tyrod Taylor and rookie free agency Tommy DeVito started games in the previous campaign; however, Taylor is a free agent who is joining the Jets.

Now that Jones isn’t ready to play, DeVito and Lock will battle for the backup position and potentially the starting one.
After supporting Geno Smith for two seasons in Seattle, Lock made four appearances with a 1-1 record in the previous campaign.

After three seasons with the Denver Broncos, he was moved to Seattle as part of the Russell Wilson trade.
The Seahawks of Seattle will require a new backup quarterback in 2024. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Lock has agreed to a one-year contract with the Giants worth up to $5 million.
Lock saw limited action in 2022, although he did start two games and make a few substitute appearances to cover for an injured Geno Smith.

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