Francesa On Landon Collins Deal: 'Are They Kidding?'

Florence Fletcher
March 12, 2019

Collins agreeing to a blockbuster, six-year, $84 million deal with $45 million guaranteed from the Redskins is the worst nightmare for Giants fans still up in arms that Dave Gettleman allowed him to walk out the Big Blue door.

Collins was a starter all four years he played in NY and was named an All-Pro after his breakout sophomore season in 2016.

Former Giants Pro Bowl safety Landon Collins tells ESPN's Josina Anderson he will sign with the Washington Redskins. He's a downhill playmaker and will give Washington something that they have lacked for a long time: a quality box safety.

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As for where Collins will end up for the 2019 season, whether it's the Giants or a different team, here are 15 bold predictions to consider for the free agency, including where the safety could wind up. That makes him the highest-paid safety in the NFL. In 2016, he had five interceptions and 13 pass deflections.

Many expected the Giants to either reach a long-term deal or be given the one-year, $11.15 million franchise tag.

Collins' new contract with the Redskins will reportedly pay him an annual average value of $14 million per year, which would be the most for any safety and tied for the fifth-most for any defensive back. It only takes one team. Giving up most of their cap space for a safety in a loaded market at the position may not seem like the best decision.

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