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Giants Sign Russell Shepard

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It didn’t take long for former Carolina Panthers wide receiver Russell Shepard to find a new team as he announced that he is signing with the New York Giants on his Instagram page.

Shepard, who was released by Carolina last week, lands in New York where he reunites with general manager Dave Gettleman who signed Shepard in Carolina.

Shepard caught only 17 passes for 202 yards and 1 touchdown for the Panthers in 2017.

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Giants’ Eli Manning Says He is Not Rushing Into Retirement

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New York Giants veteran quarterback Eli Manning is in no rush to call it quits.

The 38-year old signal caller has seen a decline in his play, and with rookie Daniel Jones waiting in the wings, it’s only a matter of time.

Still, Manning says he doesn’t feel 38.

“I’m not rushing into retirement, and Peyton’s not telling me to rush into it,” Manning said, according to NOLA.com’s Rod Walker.

“I still love being around the guys and the teammates and playing this game. I’m going to play it for as long as I think I can hang with these guys.”

And about that age.

“In the locker room, I feel their age,” Manning said. “At 8 o’clock at night, I don’t feel their age. I’m ready to go to bed and they are just getting started rocking and rolling. I can’t hang and do everything they can do off the field. But on the field, I still feel like I can still run with them and they keep me young.”

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Giants’ Nate Solder Underwent Ankle Surgery

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New York Giants offensive lineman Nate Solder underwent ankle surgeyr that will keep him out until at least training camp, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo.

Solder’s surgery wasn’t considered “major” and he is fully expected to return to the field by late July or early August.

Solder inked a four-year, $62 million contract, with $35 million guaranteed, last offseason.

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Giants Sign Rod Smith

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The New York Giants have signed veteran running back Rod Smith, who is set to backup Saquon Barkley.

Smith comes over from the Dallas Cowboys, where he provided depth behind starter Ezekiel Elliott.

Smith, 27, averaged only 2.9 yards per carry but was productive in 2017 where he averaged 4.2 yards per tote.

Additionally, his 6’3, 235 pound frame will add some physicality to the Giants backfield rotation moving forward.

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