Kyle Rudolph signs Giants contract after brief hiccup

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Tight end Kyle Rudolph is officially a member of the New York Giants, reportedly signing his contract on Wednesday after a brief injury scare.

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The two-year, $14 million deal Rudolph and Big Blue agreed to last week had been in jeopardy when an issue with the former All Pro’s foot came to light.

NFL Network reporter Mike Garafolo reported that there could be a problem with the deal on Tuesday before later clarifying the situation.

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The Giants have chosen to honor their original contractual agreement with Rudolph, who will undergo surgery in the coming days. He is expected to be ready in time for Week 1 of the regular season.

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