Darius Slayton and Ricky Seals-Jones appear to be in the mix to be moving on from the New York Giants as their involvement in practice has slid down the depth chart.

Zack Rosenblatt of NJ Advance Media for NJ.com reported that Slayton, the former Auburn wide receiver is on the list of possible cuts, which he noted was a possibility anyway considering the moves the Giants made this offseason, but Slayton rarely worked with the first-team offense during live drills and generally struggled to catch passes. The lack of reps with the starters is especially eye-opening with how many actual starters were out. If the Giants cut or trade Slayton, they’ll save $2.54 million.

Seals-Jones, who played at Texas A&M, evidently could be a roster casualty of the NFL Draft. Rosenblatt reported that rookie Daniel Bellinger seems locked in as the starter, undrafted rookie Austin Allen is making a push and veteran Jordan Akins has past ties with tight ends coach Andy Bischoff. Seals-Jones, meanwhile, was often running with the third-stringers.

Slayton, who caught former Georgia QB Jake Fromm’s first NFL touchdown pass, has 3 years of experience in the NFL, and has caught 124 passes and 13 touchdowns. Seals-Jones, meanwhile, has 5 years of experience and has caught 90 passes and 10 touchdowns.

As the NFL moves through the summer offseason, these 2 will be players to keep an eye on if they stay with the Giants, or land with another franchise.