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Darius Slayton rejoins Giants for OTAs amid contract dispute

5/29/2024 12:00:07 PM
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Darius Slayton rejoined the Giants, Ryan Dunleavy of The New York Post reports.

After skipping the first two phases of the voluntary offseason program and the first week of OTA practices, Slayton was back on the practice field Tuesday, according to the team website.

It is unclear if Slayton showed up as an act of good faith or his appearance is a sign that his contract dispute is close to being settled.

Slayton is seeking a raise over his $2.5 million base salary (plus a $2.6 million roster bonus) on the two-year, $12 million contract he signed in March 2023.

Michael Perrett, Slayton’s agent, did not immediately respond to a request for comment .

Tuesday marked the first time the Giants had Slayton, who has led the team in receiving yards in four of his first five NFL seasons, and first-round draft pick Malik Nabers practicing together.

Speaking at a charity event earlier this month, Slayton told reporters he was hopeful for “a resolution here soon” as Perrett and general manager Joe Schoen negotiated.

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