The New York Giants are coming off another disappointing season with a record of 6-10. They were in the worst division in the NFL last year and finished one game behind the Washington Football Team. While the division was bad last year, it is bound to be tougher this year after the offseason moves teams made.

The Giants made some great moves in the offseason, which has put the team in a position to make the playoffs. They added multiple weapons for quarterback Daniel Jones that will help him progress. Kenny Golladay was the most notable of those additions as he was inked up to a 4 year $72 million deal. He is a star receiver that is great in jump ball situations. The other addition was wide receiver Kadarius Toney, who was taking in the first round.

These additions along, with the other offseason moves, have put the Giants in a position to succeed. Although the offseason has been great, the Giants still need to make a few moves.

Here are 3 potential trade candidates for the Giants entering the 2021 training camp.


3. Wide receiver Sterling Shepard

The Giants are still in the rebuilding process and need to move on from some veterans. Sterling Shepard has been a solid player but is no longer needed with the new acquisitions. Shepard could be a solid addition for other teams around the league that need a wide receiver. Last season Shepard had 656 yards and 3 touchdowns which were solid numbers in his role.

In return, the Giants could get a player at a position of need or draft capital.