The Giants announced three signings on Monday, including two of their 2019 NFL Draft picks.
Big Blue inked fifth-rounders Ryan Connelly, a linebacker out of Wisconsin, and Darius Slayton, a wide receiver from Auburn. They also re-signed defensive tackle John Jenkins.
Connelly was the first of the Giants' two fifth-round selections, going No. 143 overall, while Slayton was chosen at No. 171. Connelly had 251 tackles, 29 for a loss, along with six sacks and two interceptions in 52 appearances at Wisconsin after walking on. Slayton had 79 catches for 1,605 yards and 11 touchdowns in 38 appearances with Auburn.
Five of the Giants' 10 draft choices are now under contract, with fourth-round pick CB Julian Love and seventh-round picks OT George Asafo-Adjei and DL Chris Slayton signing earlier this month.
Jenkins, 29, had one quarterback hit in seven appearances for the Giants last season.