Giants’ Thomas inks 5-year, $117.5M extension with record $67M guaranteed

Giants' Thomas inks 5-year, $117.5M extension with record $67M guaranteed

The New York Giants and left tackle Andrew Thomas agreed to a five-year, $117.5-million extension that includes $67 million fully guaranteed, a record for an offensive lineman, his representation told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Thomas’ new deal leaves him under contract through the 2029 season, Schefter adds.

The contract’s average annual value of $23.5 million is the second-highest among offensive linemen in NFL history, according to Spotrac.

The 24-year-old is coming off a breakout campaign where he was named to the Second-Team All-Pro squad. He started 16 games in 2022 and was rated third-highest on PFF‘s list of offensive tackles.


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