OK, so the guy is dealing with recovery from micro-fracture surgery to his knee, and may not be able to participate in camp, but it’s still a bit inexplicable that the G-Men haven’t re-signed Smith.
The consensus is that the team doesn’t have to rush things since they feel nobody is interested in Smith, but that doesn’t mean someone won’t simply come out of the woods and make an offer.
Smith was an integral part of this offense before the injury, and it isn’t as if the Giants are stockpiled with options to replace his caliber of talent, so getting him wrapped up should be more of a priority than it apparently is not.
Since 2007, Smith has caught 220 balls for 2,386 yards and 11 touchdowns in only 46 games.
UPDATE: The Philadelphia eagles signed Smith to a two one-year deal, and do not expect him to start the season on the PUP list according to Adam Schefter on Twitter.