A day after clearing out some roster space for rookie signings, the Giants brought two of their draftees into the fold by signing sixth-round linebacker Adrian Tracy and agreeing to terms with fourth-round linebacker Phillip Dillard.
Tracy, the 184th overall pick, signed a four-year deal that is believed worth slightly more than the four-year, $1.895 million contract than the 185th pick received. That would be Seahawks TE Anthony McCoy, who received a $105,000 signing bonus.
The terms of Dillard's deal are not known, though it, too, is likely for four years. The players drafted on either side of Dillard signed three-year deals.
At any rate, with third-round safety Chad Jones signing before minicamp, that makes three draft picks in, with four remaining.
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