EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - – The Giants have agreed to contract terms with free agent tight end Levine Toilolo, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
The agreement, contingent on Toilolo passing his physical, cannot be made official until free agency begins at 4 p.m. ET Wednesday.
Toilolo, 6-8 and 268 pounds, is entering his eighth NFL season. He played his first five years with the Atlanta Falcons and single seasons with the Detroit Lions and the San Francisco 49ers, with whom he spent the 2019 season.
Toilolo, 28, has played in 108 regular-season games with 67 starts and in eight postseason games with five starts. He has played in two Super Bowls, with Atlanta in Super Bowl LI and for the Niners last month in Super Bowl LIV, in which he played seven snaps.
His career totals include 97 receptions for 996 yards and eight touchdowns in the regular season and four catches for 43 yards in the postseason.
Last year with San Francisco, he had two receptions for 10 yards in 13 games.
Toilolo was a fourth-round draft choice (133rd overall) out of Stanford by the Falcons in 2013.
The Giants' other tight ends are currently Evan Engram and Kaden Smith, another former 49er. Rhett Ellison announced his retirement last week.
Toilolo joins cornerback James Bradberry and linebacker Blake Martinez as free agents who have reportedly agreed to terms with the Giants.
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