Darius Slayton sticking with Giants
What it means:
The New York Giants are re-signing wide receiver Darius Slayton to a two-year contract with a $12 million base and $16.5 million max value. The Colts bringing back Slayton shortly after signing Parris Campbell to a one-year deal in free agency. Wan'Dale Robinson and Sterling Shepard are both recovering from ACL tears, leaving Isaiah Hodgins as the only other healthy receiver under contract for the Giants. Once Robinson and Shepard are healthy, Slayton will likely be competing with Campbell and Hodgins for a starting job. Slayton caught 46 passes for 724 yards and 2 touchdowns on 71 targets in 13 games last season. Hed led the Giants in targets per game (5.5) and yards per game (55.7), as well as average depth of target (12.5) and yards per route run (1.99).