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Giants activate two wideouts from PUP, NFI lists

The New York Giants revealed on Sunday that the team would be activating wide receivers STERLING SHEPARD and JAMISON CROWDER from the PUP and NFI lists, enabling both wideouts to beginMore participating in team drills. Shepard will return for the first time since tearing his ACL last September. Meanwhile, Crowder returns from a calf issue and will make his debut with the Giants after signing as a free agent earlier this offseason. Less

Source: Team Blog


Giants WR Slayton sees himself as possible WR1

New York Giants wide receiver DARIUS SLAYTON said recently that he believes he can be the go-to target in a wide receiving corps that is generally seen as lacking a trueMore WR1 option. Slayton, who re-signed with the Giants this offseason, is part of a crowded wideout room in New York that also includes STERLING SHEPARD, WAN’DALE ROBINSON, ISAIAH HODGINS, PARRIS CAMPBELL, JAMISON CROWDER, and third-round pick JALIN HYATT (among others). While Slayton’s confidence is admirable, fantasy owners will want to monitor the situation throughout training camp and the preseason. Less


Around the NFL: Giants wide receivers

Looking at the Giants offense, I'm perplexed as to who their top wide receiver will be. They have a lot of different guys who have done stuff in the past, and several guys who they're hoping will do stuff in the future. But hard to be confident any will do it this year.   more »


Around the NFL: Sterling Shepard

Strange to say, with the Giants having a lesser passing game, but they've had a crowded receiving corps to try to sift through. It's less so today, with the news that Sterling Shepard tore his ACL at the end of last night's game, and is out for the year.   more »



Giants wideouts on the hot seat

New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll sent a message recently about some of the higher-profile receivers on the roster. Daboll said that the best players are going to get aMore chance to not only make the team, but to play and produce. Of note to fantasy owners are the three wideouts the coach did not name, including KENNY GOLLADAY, KADARIUS TONEY, and STERLING SHEPARD. The three unnamed wideouts have either dealt with ongoing injury issues or have simply been unimpressive throughout training camp and the preseason thus far. Less

Source: Team Blog


Giants to feature explosive offense in 2022?

New York Giants wide receiver STERLING SHEPARD said recently that the team’s new offense is “going to be tough on defenses” this season. The Giants offense finished last in plays ofMore 20-plus yards last season, but Shepard said that the offense “has the potential for a lot of big plays” this time around. With new head coach Brian Daboll and offensive coordinator Mike Kafka leading the way, the Giants appear to have nowhere to go but up after the failures of the previous regime. Less

Source: Team Website


Giants WR Shepard out for season with torn Achilles

New York Giants wide receiver STERLING SHEPARD suffered a torn Achilles in Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys and will miss the remainder of the 2021 season. The injury happened onMore the Giants final possession and is a bitter end to what has been an injury-plagued season for Shepard. The typical recovery timeline for a torn Achilles puts Shepard up against the start of training camp next season. Less

Source: New York Post

Ask the Experts: What lesser player will do more in fantasy playoffs?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: Which lesser player will do more in the fantasy playoffs?  more »



Giants overwhelmed by injuries

New York Giants running back SAQUON BARKLEY reportedly dodged a serious injury in Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys, suffering what is believed to be a low ankle injury that willMore leave him week-to-week. Meanwhile, quarterback DANIEL JONES is in the concussion protocol and will be monitored throughout the week. That’s not all fantasy owners, oft injured wideout KENNY GOLLADAY is expected to miss a couple of weeks due to a knee injury. Fellow wide receivers STERLING SHEPARD and DARIUS SLAYTON continue to deal with hamstring injuries. Less



Giants release veteran WR Tate

The New York Giants released wide receiver GOLDEN TATE on Wednesday in a move that saves the team over $10 million against the salary cap. During his time with the Giants,More Tate was mostly a bust due to attitude, injuries, and a suspension. With Tate no longer in New York, fellow wide receiver STERLING SHEPARD will likely return to his most comfortable and productive spot as a slot receiver. Less

Source: New York Post


Giants lose another starter, WR Shepard placed on injured reserve

The New York Giants placed starting wide receiver STERLING SHEPARD on injured reserve on Wednesday due to a turf toe injury. Shepard suffered the injury late in the second quarter ofMore Sunday’s loss to the Chicago Bears. He tried to shake off the injury after halftime but lasted only one snap. Being placed on the injured reserve list means that Shepard will miss at least the next three games. Less

Source: New York Post

Around the NFL: Giant Developments

The Giants lost Saquon Barkley to season-ending IR, of course, and they've now lost Sterling Shepard for at least the next three games with a turf toe injury. New York faces San Francisco this week, so not a great matchup, but it's a banged-up San Francisco defense, too.   more »


Factoid: CeeDee Lamb

It seems like many considered CeeDee Lamb the best or almost the best of the rookie receivers. That’s from sifting through comments by the teams after the draft.  more »



Giants QB Jones continues old Eli Manning tradition

New York Giants quarterback DANIEL JONES said last week that he planned to continue ELI MANNING’s tradition of gathering wide receivers for some throwing and route-running sessions in the offseason. ManningMore often ran such sessions at Duke, which is also where Jones played in college. Jones was at his alma mater on Tuesday working with wideouts STERLING SHEPARD and DARIUS SLAYTON. Less

Source: New York Post


Engram out, Shepard in for Giants

New York Giants wide receiver STERLING SHEPARD has cleared the concussion protocol and is expected to play in Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears. This will be Shepard’s first game backMore in the lineup since suffering his concussion way back in Week #5. Unfortunately for the Giants, tight end EVAN ENGRAM will not be joining Shepard on the field on Sunday. Engram continues to deal with a foot injury and is expected to miss the game. Less

Source: New York Daily News

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