Giants agree to terms with Wan’Dale Robinson, Dane Belton

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The Giants are set to have their entire draft class under contract for the start of training camp.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that second-round wide receiver Wan'Dale Robinson and fourth-round safety Dane Belton have agreed to contract terms. The other nine picks from earlier this year have already signed with the team.

Robinson transferred from Nebraska to Kentucky for his final college season. He set school records with 104 catches for 1,334 yards and will look for work alongside Kenny Golladay, Kadarius Toney and Darius Slayton in the Giants receiving corps.

Belton was a starter as a hybrid safety/linebacker at Iowa the last three seasons and wrapped up his time with the Hawkeyes by recording five interceptions last year.

2 responses to “Giants agree to terms with Wan’Dale Robinson, Dane Belton

  1. Glad that its finally done, but with the pics being slot value contracts – what took so long?

  2. It’s a red flag when a drafted player holds out this long. The deals are pretty much set. The only reason to delay is to avoid team activities and workouts. Not a good look for a rookie.

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