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Giants Re-sign Long Snapper Casey Kreiter

Kreiter will play on his ninth one-year contract since entering the NFL in 2014.
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The New York Giants are on the verge of re-signing long-snapper Casey Kreiter to a contract reportedly for one year.

Kreiter, 33, is a seven-year NFL veteran who began his career as an undrafted free agent with the Dallas Cowboys in 2014. He never managed to crack the 53-man roster, so after two seasons, he joined the Denver Broncos, where he played from 2016 to 2019. He earned his lone Pro Bowl honor to date in 2018.

Kreiter has been with the Giants since 2020, having signed one-year contracts dating back to his time with Denver. Last season, Kreiter had one of his best campaigns as a Giant, recording a career-high in tackles (four) and ensuring every snap had zip and was on point.

Financial terms weren't disclosed regarding Kreiter's new deal, but he is coming off a one-year contract worth $1.317 million, which included a $152,500 signing bonus and $352,500 guaranteed, signed last off-season.