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Giants sign wide receiver Shepard

Free agent wide receiver Russell Shepard has joined the New York Giants.

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The team announced on Tuesday that veteran New York free agent Russell Sheppard.

Shepard posted on Instagram on Monday that he would join the New York list.

Shepard signed a three-year, $ 10.5 million contract with the Panthers in March 2017. He had 17 receptions for 202

yards and a touchdown last season, but the team requested to be asked to release Carolina earlier this month. after deduction of salary.

Shepard began his career in the NFL with BUKKANNERS. He posted 432 yards and three touchdowns in four seasons in Tampa Bay. They also contributed to special teams.

Veterans finished 2017 with 3-13 records. He pulled out coach Ben McDougood in the 13th week and after the season he replaced him with former Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Suroor.

Shepard signed a three-year, $ 10.5 million contract with the Panthers in March 2017. He had 17 receptions for 202

yards and a touchdown last season, but the team requested to be asked to release Carolina earlier this month. after deduction of salary.

Shepard began his career in the NFL with BUKKANNERS. He posted 432 yards and three touchdowns in four seasons in Tampa Bay. They also contributed to special teams.

Veterans finished 2017 with 3-13 records. He pulled out coach Ben McDougood in the 13th week and after the season he replaced him with former Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Suroor.

Shepard signed a three-year, $ 10.5 million contract with the Panthers in March 2017. He had 17 receptions for 202

yards and a touchdown last season, but the team requested to be asked to release Carolina earlier this month. after deduction of salary.

Shepard began his career in the NFL with BUKKANNERS. He posted 432 yards and three touchdowns in four seasons in Tampa Bay. They also contributed to special teams.

Veterans finished 2017 with 3-13 records. He pulled out coach Ben McDougood in the 13th week and after the season he replaced him with former Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Suroor.

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