Giants Are Signing Notable Wide Receiver To Practice Squad

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The New York Giants are starting the year with a lot of question marks on the wide receiver.

With the regular season arriving this Sunday, the G-Men added a slight increase in depth.

According to Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, the Giants added Marcus Johnson to their practice team on a maximum experienced deal.

Johnson has played for three teams in five years,

Compilation of the most recent 160 receiving yards for the Tennessee Titans last season.

He hasn't had the last field since scoring twice for the Indianapolis Colts in 2019.

The San Francisco 49ers, who signed Johnson to a one-year deal earlier this off-season, released him last week.

Quarterback Daniel Jones enters a make-or-break year without much stability at wide receiver.

Repeatedly injured Sterling Shepard is recovering from last year's Achilles tear

and is suspect for week 1. Kadarius Tony has experienced several health setbacks –

He currently has a leg injury – early in his NFL career, and Kenny Golladay inspires no more confidence than his performance in training camp.

In the midst of a promising preseason, Colin Johnson went to the IR with an Achilles injury.

The Giants will begin their 2022 season against the Titans, one of Marcus Johnson's former teams, this Sunday.