The New York Giants have reportedly signed defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins to a three-year contract.
According to USA Today, Jenkins' contract is worth $8 million, and he will receive $3 million guaranteed.
Jenkins, 32, joins the Giants after spending the past two seasons in Philadelphia. He played in 32 games, registering 67 tackles and 9.5 sacks, but the Eagles declined his roster bonus, and cut him on Feb. 25 making him a free agent.
The Central Michigan product had visited the Giants, Seahawks, 49ers, and Raiders, before eventually signing with New York.
In 125 career games with the Packers (2004-10) and Eagles, Jenkins has 260 tackles, 38.5 sacks and one interception.