If any GM gives Nicks that kind of money , he should be fired before the ink's dry.
Where will we be getting the cap space from to accomplish this?
He's going to be sought after, and he wants to get paid, as he publicly declared himself as one of the best receivers in the NFL in the midst of the Giants losing season. He's going to get in the 40-60 million range, there is virtually no doubt. I don't see Gettleman doing this.
I think a short, $5 million a year "prove it" contract would be more than fair.