According to the Athletic’s Greg Auman, it would be easier for the team to trade TE Cameron Brate, who is due $7 million next season, than TE O.J. Howard, who is still valued by the team and plays extensively despite limited production.
SNY’s Ralph Vacchiano says the Giants will almost certainly make another move, even if it’s just a restructure, as they still need to clear cap space.
While the Giants are shopping CB Janoris Jenkins, a source tells Vacchiano the number of quality corners potentially available is hurting the market for him and New York doesn’t have any real suitors.
Vacchiano mentions there are competing reports about Giants OT Nate Solder, with one source saying the team is “actively” shopping the veteran while another disputed that, citing the $13 million dead cap hit and the lack of a viable replacement to protect first-round rookie QB Daniel Jones.
Vacchiano adds there’s not much of a market for Giants LB Alec Ogletree, who could be asked to take a pay cut or be released this offseason.
According to the Athletic’s Connor Hughes, the Jets are in the middle of discussions to trade WR Robby Anderson, who’s entering the final year of his deal.
Hughes writes the Raiders have expressed interest and are the most likely trade partner given their need for a receiver and draft capital.
The Bills are also looking at adding a wide receiver, but the Jets are unlikely to trade Anderson within the division. The Panthers don’t see Anderson as a scheme fit.
SNY’s Ralph Vacchiano writes the Jaguars, Eagles and Packers have also expressed interest in Anderson, with the likely price being a third-round pick, though a bidding war could drive the price up.
While the Jets received calls about S Marcus Maye, Vacchiano says they told teams they weren’t interested in moving him as they’re high on his potential when he’s healthy.