Shane Vereen remains a good Fantasy option in PPR leagues, but his value is limited in standard formats heading into this year, especially with the addition of rookie Paul Perkins. In 2015, Vereen's first year with the Giants, he had 61 carries for 260 yards and 59 catches for 495 yards and four touchdowns. His catches, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns were all career highs, and he will likely remain in the same role as the passing-downs running back for the Giants unless Perkins gets a look in that role. He will share touches with Rashad Jennings and Perkins and possibly Andre Williams, Orleans Darkwa and Bobby Rainey, but Vereen's role should be established. He was second on the team in receptions behind Odell Beckham and third in receiving yards. If he finds a way to be more productive on the ground then his Fantasy value will rise, but he should be a late-round pick in all leagues.