An offer to JJ?

Wide Receiver Joe Jurevicius should have a home soon, according to his agent. Will JJ find himself back in blue?

WR Joe Jurevicius' agent Neil Cornrich says his client should have a home soon.

According to the NY Times, the Giants have forwarded a proposal to Jurevicius, one of their free agents they could not sign prior to March 1.

Cornrich said "We continue talks with the Giants, and we're hopeful something can be worked out..."

A quote from the New York post has Cornrich adding "Things are beginning to heat up, I expect something to happen sooner rather than later."

There were reports earlier that hinted at the Denver Broncos were interested in Jurevicius, should Ed McCaffrey be unable to return. Those proved unfounded.

More recently there were reports that the Rams were interested in Jurevicius as a third receiver to replace Az Hakim, but they just re-signed Ricky Proehl. There were also reports that the Giants offered Proehl a one year contract.

The Giants are still under tight salary cap constraints. This likely limits any proposal sent to Jurevicius to veteran minimum.

Jurevicius (6'5", 230lbs) was a second round draft pick, 55th overall, by the Giants in 1998 out of Penn State.


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