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Will Landon Collins still be on the New York Giants on Wednesday?

When the New York Giants take the field again, their leading tackler will be with them? Reports show that giants…

When the New York Giants take the field again, their leading tackler will be with them?

Reports show that giants have received strong land security plans Landon Collins and, in contrast to so many other trade speculation, the ability to handle the former Alabama All-American has been raised by the player and team.

“I only play it day by day,” said Collins on Sunday after the giants lost Washington Redskins 20-13. “I love the giants, they love me. You never know. It’s an activity, so whatever happens.”

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The real trainer Pat Shurmur said he thinks Collins and Another player are rumored to be on the trading block, wide recipient Odell Beckham Jr., will still be with New York as the team is preparing for their next match – a November 12 visit to San Francisco 49ers after an open date on Sunday.

“There are two players that play very well for us, and at this time they are the New York Football Giants, and I see they are giants forward,” said Shurmur at his Monday press conference. FOR MORE OF AL.COM COMPREHENSIVE DECLARATION BY NFL, GO TO OUR NFL PAGE

Before losing to Washington, New York released to 1-7 halfway through the regular season 2018, the giants handled two defensive starters last week. Defensive tackle Damon “Snacks” Harrison went to Detroit Lions for a fifth choice in 2019 NFL draft and cornerback Eli Apple went to New Orleans Saints for a fourth round picking 2019 and a seventh round of elections in 2020.

“It’s great for me,” Collins said about the merchants. “I miss them guys. I love them to death.” It’s my brothers. “But I can not control what upstairs does.”

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If the giants are entertaining offers for Collins, what they can expect in exchange is being depressed by his contractual situation. Collins is in the last season of his four-year rookie contract.

In Collins second season the giants sent a 11-5 record and made the playoffs. But since then, New York has a 4-20 mark.

Asked how attractive re-registration with the giants would be given to the team’s obvious reconstruction mode, Collins said: “We must see when we get there”.

In order for New York to keep Collins, it would have to rewrite him for what would likely be a lucrative long-term contract or use his franchise tag on him. The latter option would pay him the salary for the three highest paid collateral in the NFL, which would be about $ 12 million for the 2019 season for a team that already has five players who will count at least $ 14.75 million against their payroll capacity next year Eli Manning, $ 22.2 million; Beckham, $ 21 million; outside linebacker Olivier Vernon, $ 19.5 million; Offensive tackle Nate Solder, $ 17 million; and cornerback Janoris Jenkins, $ 14.75 million.

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Collins lead the giants in tackling this season with 62. He led the team with 112th 2015, 125th 2016 and 104th in 2017.

Collins was chosen as a startup security for NFC Pro Bowl team 2016 and 2017, and earned the first team’s All-Pro-rated ratings in 2016, when he finished third in the vote for this year’s NFL Defensive Player.

Mark Inabinett is a sports reporter for the Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter at @ AMarkG1 .

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