Former Minnesota Vikings tight Kyle Rudolph reached settlement with the New York Giants on Thursday, a supply advised ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Rudolph offers the Giants one other playmaker on the tight finish spot to pair with Evan Engram.

The Vikings launched Rudolph earlier this month, ending his 10-season run with the franchise. He had three years left on his contract on the time of his launch and mentioned he would not settle for a pay reduce and needed a much bigger position within the Vikings’ offense.

Rudolph caught 28 passes on 35 targets in 2020, his lowest output for the reason that 2014 season. He churned up 334 receiving yards and one landing, the latter of which was a profession low for the previous second-rounder. He missed the ultimate 4 video games of the season with a Lisfranc sprain.

Rudolph, 31, mentioned in a narrative printed by The Gamers’ Tribune on the time of his launch by the Vikings that he feels he has “quite a lot of good soccer nonetheless to play” and may have an opportunity to play for his second NFL staff.

A two-time Professional Bowl choice, Rudolph has 453 receptions for four,488 yards and 48 touchdowns in 140 profession video games. Within the playoffs, he has 16 catches for 154 yards and two touchdowns, together with an extra time recreation winner within the Vikings’ wild-card upset victory over the New Orleans Saints on Jan. 5, 2020.

Rudolph’s impression off the sphere was effectively documented all through his time in Minnesota. The tight finish’s work with the Masonic Youngsters’s Hospital led to him being the Vikings’ Walter Payton Man of the Yr nominee three straight occasions from 2017-19.

ESPN’s Courtney Cronin contributed to this report.

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