Pulley and the Giants agreed on a three-year extension worth $9.6 million Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Pulley started nine games at center for the Giants last season after Jon Halapio (lower leg) landed on IR in Week 2. The 25-year-old has the ability to play guard if called upon and serve as quality interior offensive line depth.
Pulley (calf) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, Tom Rock of Newsday reports.
Pulley was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice after having sat out last week's loss to the Colts, but he now appears to have returned to full health. Barring any setbacks, expect Pulley to draw the start at center versus the Cowboys on Sunday.
Pulley (calf) was ruled out for Sunday's game against at Indianpolis.
Pulley sustained the calf injury in last Sunday's loss to the Titans and was unable to practice this week. John Greco filled in at center for the Giants and is likely to due so again versus the Colts.
Pulley left Sunday's game against the Titans with a calf injury, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.
Pulley entered the game with a questionable tag due to a knee injury and now is also dealing with a calf problem. John Greco replaced him at center.
Pulley (knee) logged a full practice Wednesday.
With the full session, Pulley is on track to play Saturday against the Chiefs, barring a setback. The center has yet to miss a game this season while anchoring the Chargers' offensive line.
Pulley (knee) was limited in practice Tuesday.
Pulley hasn't missed a game this season, although this is the first time the knee issue has popped up. If he is ruled out, Dan Feeney could get the start at center Sunday against the Chiefs.
Pulley started at center during the team's joint practice with the Rams on Saturday, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.
Pulley took over for incumbent starter Matt Slauson, who shifted over to left guard with Forrest Lamp (knee) expected to miss the rest of the season. The undrafted free agent played 44 snaps at center during the 2016 season.