Follow any and all NFL 2022 trade rumors that impact the New York Giants leading up to the Tuesday, Nov. 1 trade deadline. We will add full stories on anything that is worthwhile.
Tuesday, Nov. 1
Trade: 49ers are trading RB Jeff Wilson to Miami, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 1, 2022
The #Broncos are trading for #Jets pass-rusher Jacob Martin, source said, one of several players expected to fill the void left by Bradley Chubb. Denver is giving up a 4th round pick in 2024 in exchange for a 2024 5th.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 1, 2022
There are conditions attached to this trade for Calvin Ridley. If he gets reinstated bye a date, it’s worth a 2023 5th, otherwise it's for a 6th. If he makes the team in 2024, it’s at least a 4th. If he hits play-time milestone, it’s a 3rd. If Jax get a long-term done, it’s a 2. https://t.co/RThnpL1ioO— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 1, 2022
The #Broncos are completing a trade of star pass-rusher Bradley Chubb, sending him to #Dolphins for at least a 2023 1st round pick (they have SF’s), per me and @TomPelissero. Chubb gets to cash in financially now, too. pic.twitter.com/q3NLx8U8hB— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 1, 2022
BREAKING: The Bears are trading for Steelers WR Chase Claypool, per source.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) November 1, 2022
Claypool had been a name brought up by fans as a potential target of the Giants to upgrade their own receiving corps.
If you're hoping the Giants can dump Kenny Golladay on someone, this is why that is almost certainly not happening. https://t.co/Byno8SuPbf— Big Blue View (@bigblueview) November 1, 2022
Sorry. The Giants are stuck with Kenny Golladay’s contract.
Any interest, Giants fans?
Monday, Oct. 31
The #Texans will reportedly only listen to offers that include a 2nd round pick for WR Brandin Cooks.— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) October 31, 2022
Potential destinations for Cooks are the #Giants, #Rams and #Vikings, per @AdamSchefter pic.twitter.com/4mDjgcGo4N
Could the Giants be more likely to acquire defensive line help than a wide receiver? ESPN’s Jordan Ranaan thinks so:
What do the Giants do ahead of the trade deadline on Tuesday? Everyone naturally points to receiver. It's certainly a need, but the Giants are just as likely to add to their defensive line considering their struggles stopping the run this season. They lacked depth and lost veteran Nick Williams (biceps) on Sunday. A receiver is still possible, but only if it makes sense for the future and doesn't cost premium draft capital, which is likely the case with Denver's Jerry Jeudy. General manager Joe Schoen remains realistic about where this 6-2 roster stands.
Valentine’s View: Even before Williams’ injury, the severity of which is unknown, finding some help for the run defense made sense for the Giants. They are 26th in the NFL in rushing yards allowed per game, and 30th in yards allowed per rushing attempt. That has to get fixed if the Giants really want to make a playoff run.
Saturday, Oct. 29
Multiple teams in the mix for #Texans’ WR Brandin Cooks: #Rams, #Vikings, #Giants and the #Packers - as a dark horse - have reached out to Houston, sources tell @theScore.— Jordan Schultz (@Schultz_Report) October 29, 2022
Cooks, 29, has recorded six 1k-seasons with 49 TDs. I’m told if moved, he only wants to go to a contender.
Thursday, Oct. 27
Sun., Oct. 23
Don’t expect any movement from the Giants as the trade deadline nears https://t.co/l388wq13QJ— Jonathan Jones (@jjones9) October 23, 2022