The New York Giants have reportedly agreed to a deal with former Jets defensive tackle Damon Harrison.

By SI Wire
March 09, 2016

The New York Giants have agreed to a deal with former Jets defensive tackle Damon Harrison, according to multiple reports.

Jordan Raanan of NJ.com first reported the two teams were nearing a deal. Kimberly Jones of NFL Media reported the news.

Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports the deal includes $24 million guaranteed and will pay Harrison $9 million annually over five years.

At 6'4", 350 pounds, Harrison holds a reputation as an elite run-stopper and leaves the Jets with a hole on their defensive line. The Giants have also reportedly agreed to terms with cornerback Janoris Jenkins and re-signed defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul to bolster a revamped defense.

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The Giants finished 6–10 last season, third in the NFC East.

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