Whatever he’s asking, I’ll give him $10 million more, Rolle told The Post on Monday.
The retired safety spent one year (2014) as a teammate of Beckham’s with the Giants, enough of a sample size for Rolle to know what the superstar some would say diva receiver is like off the field, behind closed doors.
Brent Seabrook Youth Jersey All those other things are extra D’Onta Foreman Womens Jersey and I could really care less about them. Does the guy ever get in trouble off the field Absolutely not. He’s not a troubled kid. He’s a great kid. It’s all about maturity and growth and I think he’s on that path right now. When you’re talking about his play between those white lines, there’s no one better. You give him exactly what he deserves because you know what He’s going to play that much better for you. That’s the guy you need to build your franchise around.
Here’s a look at some key facts about Ogletree, who becomes an answer to the future trivia question, Who was Dave Gettleman’s first trade acquisition as general manager of the Giants
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Ogletree is ninth in the NFL with 367 solo tackles since entering the league in 2013. He’s sixth among linebackers, behind only Lavonte David, Luke Kuechly, Bobby Wagner, Paul Posluszny and Lawrence Timmons.
Ogletree had 95 tackles last season (63 solo), which was the second-least productive of his five-year career and he missed 12 games in his worst year. One linebacker has been that productive for the Giants in the past five seasons: Jameel McClain had 116 tackles (75 solo) in 2014.
He was part of the famous Rams-Redskins trade in which Washington netted quarterback Robert Griffin III. The original deal was the Redskins getting the No. 2 pick in the 2012 draft (which became RG3) for the No. 6 pick, a second-rounder in 2012 and first-round selections in 2013 and 2014. After the Rams used those picks to make more trades, they ended up with eight selections, including Ogletree at No. 30 in 2013.