On Friday, the Green Bay Packers delivered kicker JJ Molson, opening up a solitary program spot on their 90-man offseason list. On Tuesday, the Packers tended to this opening by asserting cautious lineman Chris Slayton off of waivers through the San Francisco 49ers. Slayton, a previous seventh-round pick, was initially chosen by the New York Giants and was deferred by during last cutdowns in 2019. He was quickly endorsed by the group to their training crew and was enacted to the 53-man program two days before the Giants' season finale against the Philadelphia Eagles, which he didn't play in. With training turnover and no preseason in 2020, Slayton was delivered by New York before at any point in any event, enrolling a preseason snap for new lead trainer Joe Judge. #Syracuse DL Chris Slayton moves well for 6-4, 307 pounds. Great foot speed and snap acknowledgment. Decent tear move here. Punch, tear, twist and a sack. Has #Patriots measurables. pic.twitter.com/WKtr85ALeo — Evan Lazar (@ezlazar) March 8, 2019 Slayton then, at that point, proceeded to sign with the Buffalo Bills' training crew for seven days before stretches with the Atlanta Falcons, Pittsburgh Steelers and 49ers. To this date, Slayton still can't seem to play in a normal season game, however he played the 2019 preseason with the Giants and the 2021 preseason with the Falcons. The previous Syracuse item was known as a run plug during the pre-draft process, however he has rarely had the valuable chance to show it on the field in the NFL.