Sport Darius Slayton on new Giants wideouts: More the merrier
Giants’ Darius Slayton not worried about being pushed aside
Slayton says “the more the merrier” in regards to additions at receiverSlayton didn’t perform as well last season, though, and after the Giants added several receivers this offseason Slayton was asked Thursday if he worried about possibly being pushed aside.
Giants head coach Joe Judge said in a Thursday press conference that he calledafter the team drafted in the first round to let him know that the wide receiver to replace Shepard in the lineup.
During his own press conference,said that he didn’t get a similar call about his role after the draft or when the Giants signed or as free agents earlier in the offseason. The lack of such a conversation isn’t an issue for Slayton, who said that he’s fired up about all of the team’s additions rather than worrying about his role.
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“I’m excited about all the guys. I think you just take the more the merrier the mindset. . . . I wouldn’t really worry about it. I try to go out and be the best I can be and excited for what this team has in store.,” Slayton said.
Slayton has 98 catches for 1,491 yards and 11 touchdowns through his first two seasons and the makeup of the receiving corps would seem to point toward a role on the outside along with Golladay, but training camp and preseason games should provide a fuller idea of how the Giants will put everyone together.
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