The New York Giants have agreed to terms with edge rusher Oshane Ximines, their third-round draft pick, a source confirmed.
ESPN was first with the news of the pending transaction.
Ximines, who is expected to officially sign his new four-year deal when the rookies and select veterans report to Giants training camp on Monday, was the 95th overall pick in the draft and one of the two draft picks the Giants received from the Cleveland Browns in exchange for receiver Odell Beckham Jr in March.
According to Over the Cap's rookie salary projections, Ximines' deal should be worth $3.356 million, including an $836,784 signing bonus. He would have a first-year cap hit of $704,196.
With Ximines in the fold, only quarterback Daniel Jones, the No. 6 overall pick, remains unsigned.
However, Jones' deal, which is a projected four-year, $25.664 million contract including a $16.684 million signing bonus and a $4.666 million cap hit for 2019, should be done before the Giants officially open the doors to their 2019 training camp on Wednesday.