The Porterville Recorder reports that Pascoe, who is slated to become a restricted free agent (RFA), will re-sign with the Giants sometime next week. This news comes by way of Sean Pascoe, Bear's Father, who informed the paper of the pending one-year agreement.
“I don’t think he’ll be getting what they were hoping,” Sean said. “At least he’s got a job, that’s the main thing.”
Pascoe's Father said the contract will likely be in the range of the league minimum, which would be somewhere around $600,000 based on Bear's NFL experience.
Since joining the Giants in 2009, Pascoe has been a versatile asset, filling in at both tight end and fullback. In 50 career games, he's hauled in 26 receptions for 252 yards and a touchdown. However, more valuable than anything he's done on the field, Pascoe has an incredible work ethic that helps motivate his teammates and younger players.
He hopes to play well in 2013 and then cash in as an unrestricted free agent in 2014.
“He’ll be able to test it real good,” his Father said of free agency in 2014.
One down, 25 more to deal with.
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