New York Giants trade Wide receiver in exchange for cash

Wide receiver for the New York Giants is the top trade candidate.


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A few players may be traded by the New York Giants prior to the 2024 season commencing. This week’s big event for Giants supporters is Tuesday night’s premiere of Hard Knocks, the offseason version. This offseason, New York made further roster adjustments.

Through the NFL Draft, they hope to assemble this club. Finding talent in the NFL Draft was one of the things the New York Giants struggled with before Joe Schoen was appointed general manager.

They had a 6-11 record at the end of the previous season and missed the playoffs. We’ll see if the New York Giants’ situation improves this season.


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Bleacher Report’s Kristopher Knox believes the New York Giants could trade Darius Slayton. Prior to the commencement of training camp
The Giants begin training camp in a few weeks. Darius Slayton is currently listed as the first wide receiver on the roster. Wan’Dale Robinson and Malik Nabers will be the other starters.

Slayton is entering the final year of his contract. At one point this offseason, Darius Slayton held out of offseason activities, but there won’t be any issues with him not showing up for training camp.

Kristopher Knox of Bleacher Report thinks that the New York Giants could trade wide receiver Darius Slayton before the start of training camp. Knox said:



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“Business is business, and if New York starts chasing cap dollars, moving Slayton could be good for business. Doing so would save $3.4 million in 2024 cap space.

With Nabers, Wan’Dale Robinson, Isaiah McKenzie, Allen Robinson II, Isaiah Hodgins and Jalin Hyatt in the fold, New York could field a functional receiving corps without Slayton.”

Hyatt would move up to the first unit if the Giants traded Slayton. A season ago, Darius Slayton caught 50 passes for 770 yards receiving and four touchdowns. He averaged 15.4 yards per catch and was targeted 79 times.

For quarterback Daniel Jones, a receiving core that included Jalin Hyatt, Malik Nabers, and Wan’Dale Robinson would be extremely potent. This season, Allen Robinson might not even be in the Giants starting lineup. Darius Slayton might be traded before the NFL trade deadline, even if the New York Giants decide not to deal him before training camp.

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