Hollis Agrees to Deal

The special teams unit added yet another player in the off-season. Kicker Mike Hollis is an 8-year veteran who was a free-agent of the Buffalo Bills.

Mike Hollis agreed to terms with the Giants on a 5-year, approximately $4 million contract.

Hollis spent the last season with the Buffalo Bills and made 25 of 33 field goals including a carrer long 54 yard FG. Prior to the Bills, Hollis kicked for 7 years with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Hollis joins kickers Matt Bryant and Owen Pochman who spent last year on IR with a fractured left knee which required surgery.

The signing of Hollis completes the major overhaul of the special teams. The Giants previously signed kick returner Brian Mitchell, a new long snapper Ryan Kuehl, and punter Jeff Feagles.

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