Saquon Barkley wants to be “a Giant for life,” entering free agency after the Eagles’ playoff loss.
Saquon Barkley he doesn’t want to go anywhere else.
Barkley, speaking afterwards New York Giants He was knocked out by the Eagles in the divisional playoff game on Saturday night, looking certain to return next fall despite his impending free agency.
Barkley had 61 yards on nine carries Saturday night The Giants lost 38-7 to the Eagles. The 25-year-old had 1,312 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns this season after taking his fifth with the franchise with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2018 draft.
Barkley will enter free agency this offseason after his initial four-year, $31 million deal with the Giants expired. He’s certainly played in a big new deal in 2020 after bouncing back from his ACL injury. There are teams in the league that would be willing to pay if the Giants don’t.
Barkley said Saturday night that he felt like he had something to prove this season as well, and he believes he’s done that. As for his future, he has made it clear where he stands.
Whether this feeling is mutual, however, will soon be known.
“I wanted to show them that the guy who wrote them is still here. I hope I did that,” Barkley said. Through Garafolo. “Everybody knows I’d like to be a Giant for the rest of my life, but I really can’t give a 100% answer. This week, I will have an interview with my agent Kim and see what happens.”
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