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Giants should be under salary cap (or close to it) after Joe Schoen’s latest maneuver involving Sterling Shepard

The Giants should be under the salary cap after general manager Joe Schoen’s latest moves, an important step ahead of the upcoming start of free agency on Wednesday afternoon. Schoen cut two players last week (tight end Kyle Rudolph, running back Devontae Booker) and another (punter Riley Dixon) on Thursday to clear around $10 million in cap space. They should get another $4.5 million or so from another move that’s been in the works for a couple weeks.
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Giants' Sterling Shepard: Goes down as DNP on practice report

Shepard (quadriceps) was listed as a non-participant on Thursday's estimated practice report, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Per Salomone, Shepard was in attendance for the session and worked out with the team's training staff, but he apparently wasn't able to mix into any team drills. The Giants will wait and see what Shepard is able to do at the team's final practice of the week Friday before assessing his chances of playing Sunday against the Raiders, but at this stage, the wideout looks to be trending toward being inactive for a fourth time this season.
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Giants' Sterling Shepard: Out another week

Shepard (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Cowboys, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports. The same goes for Darius Slayton, who injured his hamstring in the same game (Week 3) and more or less seems to be on the same timeline. Both wideouts were spotted around practice this week, but neither actually participated, instead remaining limited to side work. With Shepard and Slayton out again, the Giants figure to lean on Kadarius Toney and John Ross alongside Kenny Golladay in three-wide sets, though C.J. Board and Collin Johnson could also get some snaps. Shepard's next chance to play will be a Sunday game (Oct. 17) against the Rams in Week 6.
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Giants have moved on from Golladay-Garrett outburst, says Sterling Shepard

During the fourth quarter of the New York Giants' gut-wrenching loss to the Washington Football Team last Thursday night, cameras caught wide receiver Kenny Golladay yelling at offensive coordinator Jason Garrett on the sideline. Golladay addressed the outburst with reporters on Monday, admitting that his emotions uncharacteristically got the best...
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Giants' Sterling Shepard: In line to play preseason Week 3

Shepard is slated to play at least the first half of next Sunday's preseason finale against the Patriots, Paul Schwartz of the New York Post reports. Shepard hasn't seen game action so far during exhibition season, but he'll be out there next weekend with Daniel Jones, Darius Slayton and Evan Engram, at least. The question marks are Saquon Barkley (knee) and Kenny Golladay (hamstring). If both aren't cleared to suit up, Shepard would serve as the top pass-catching option for the Giants offense.
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