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Unrestricted free agent wide receiver Rueben Randle has signed a 1-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles. NJ.com is reporting that the deal is worth $1.025 million with potential to earn more through incentives. The NFL Network says the deal could be worth more than $3 million and includes $500,000 in guaranteed money.
Randle had recently visited the Los Angeles Rams, but he did not receive a contract offer from the Rams.
Randle, a 2nd round pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, remains a frustrating performer. With Victor Cruz unable to play in 2015, the Giants needed consistent productivity from Randle and did not get it. Indeed, despite starting all 16 games, his numbers dropped from 71 catches for 938 yards in 2014 to 57 catches for 797 yards in 2015. He did increase his touchdown total from three to eight.
Randle is the third free agent to leave the Giants this month, joining cornerback Prince Amukamara (Jaguars) and defensive end Robert Ayers (Buccaneers). For a complete list of remaining unsigned unrestricted free agents, see the Free Agency Scorecard section of the website.