Amid significant tension between the New York Giants and former 2021 first round receiver Kadarius Toney, a report has emerged that the team is looking to trade the second year pass catcher.
According to Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News, the Giants are taking calls regarding the availability of Toney, potentially looking to move him after the budding receiver skipped out on voluntary camp.
General manager Joe Schoen made it apparent that missing out on voluntary camp wasn’t a big deal during a press conference this week, but behind the scenes, they could be disappointed about his work ethic considering the change in coaching staff.
Last year, Toney represented one of the only bright spots on the Giants roster, tallying 420 yards and a 189-yard performance against the Dallas Cowboys in Weel 5.
Toney has had his fair share of red flags emerge, ranging from a fight at the end of the game against Dallas to significant injury problems. There are a few reasons the Giants might look to move on, but he showed flashes of star talent with Jason Garrett calling offensive plays, which should justify keeping them around for at least another season.
If the Giants are, in fact, looking to move on from Toney, it is most definitely because of his character at this point in time. However, this is a developing story and should be taken with a grain of salt.