The Giants have just added free-agent quarterback Davis Webb to their roster, bringing back a former third-round pick. He signed a one-year, $3.53 million contract and received a $766,420 signing bonus. Webb has not played in a Giants game. The Giants’ cap situation has been a constant source of confusion for Webb, and the Giants may need to find a new quarterback to replace him.
ESPN recently conducted a salary analysis and found that Davis Webb earned $1.3 million in 2017. He is 6’5″ tall and 225 lbs. In addition to the regular salary, he also has an average signing bonus of $11,000 and a $250,000 cap hit. While Webb’s contract is one of the most expensive contracts in the NFL, it is still far less than the average salary. A rookie can earn as much as $50 million per year in the National Football League.
The quarterback’s performance is what determines his salary. He has been praised for his strength and stamina on the field. His athleticism has helped him get a great starting job, and he honed his skills on the Texas Tech football team. After playing for the college team, Webb became a star in the NFL. Webb has several endorsement deals, which are worth noting.
While his college football career has been impressive, he has yet to break the 5,000-yard mark. He threw the game-winning touchdown to Bradley Marquez in his first game. The next year, he started the Holiday Bowl for the Giants and passed for 415 yards and three touchdowns – the fourth most yards by a first-year starter in school history. While his salary may be modest, it’s still worth a look if you’re looking for a quarterback to help the Giants win the game.