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Giants’ third-round pick Aaron Robinson signs rookie contract

Kadarius Toney now team’s only unsigned draft pick

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Third-round pick Aaron Robinson has signed his rookie contract with the New York Giants, per a published report. Robinson is a cornerback out of Central Florida.

Robinson’s signing leaves first-round pick Kadarius Toney as the Giants’ only unsigned rookie. The New York Post reported Thursday morning that Toney has not been in attendance at the team’s first two voluntary OTAs this week. The third one is Thursday, and media will be in attendance for the first time, so we will get first-hand reports of who is and is not working out.

Rookie salaries are slotted per the Collective Bargaining Agreement. Robinson’s four-year rookie deal is worth $5.143 million, per Over The Cap, including a pro-rated signing bonuss of $1.115 million.

The Giants traded up from No. 76 to No. 71 to select Robinson, who is expected to compete with second-year player Darnay Holmes for snaps at slot cornerback.

We will hear from Giants coach Joe Judge before today’s practice and from select players in attendance after the workout, so come on back for those updates.

[UPDATE 10:33 a.m. ET: The Giants have now confirmed Robinson’s signing.]