- 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.
- ESPN’s Rich Cimini reports no one on the Jets roster is untouchable except QB Sam Darnold and first-round rookie DT Quinnen Williams. Even S Jamal Adams would be dealt for the right price.