New York Giants WRs Sterling Shepard, Darius Slayton both suffer hamstring injuries vs. Atlanta Falcons

EAST RUTHERFORD (N.J.) -- In Sunday's 17-14 loss at MetLife Stadium to the Atlanta Falcons, the New York Giants suffered wide receivers Sterling Shepard & Darius Slayton from hamstring injuries.
Blake Martinez, the starting middle linebacker, was also unable to continue playing due to a non-contact knee injury.

The Giants entered the game with concerns about Kenny Golladay's hip health. In the first half, the offseason acquisition was not in the game.

C.J. With the Giants' shortfall at wide receiver, Board received significant snaps.

After the second half of Sunday's play, Shepard and Slayton were unable to walk off the field. They were almost immediately in the locker room.

Martinez fell to the floor while trying to make an tackle in the first quarter. Before he could go into the locker room, a trainer helped Martinez to the sidelines.

Shepard was the Giants’ leading receiver, and Martinez was their top tackler. Shepard entered the contest with 16 catches, 207 yards and one touchdown. Slayton was the second team member with 119 receiving yards.