1. WR Sterling Shepard
We'll be sad to see him go, but you know the saying, "Once a Giant, Always a Giant." Sterling Shepard will more than likely be suiting up for Big Blue for the last time this Sunday at home. Fans will be there to send off the eight-year NFL pro.
During his prime years with the Giants, Shep was an effective pass-catcher, but two of the past three seasons Sterling has not been able to stay healthy and as a result, he has only seen action in 10 games in the 2021 and 2022 seasons combined.
Sterling has been healthy most of the current season, appearing in 14 games, but he has been an afterthought for the offense only hauling in seven receptions for 39 yards. Sterling will be loved and missed by the organization. He's meant so much to this team for years, but it's time for the front office to focus on younger receivers. Shep's time to leave the Giants has come.