4 NY Giants who could be trade targets for other teams this summer

Joe Schoen has a couple of trade options before the start of the 2024 season
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3. Tommy DeVito

Last year, Tommy DeVito, an unknown undrafted free agent who initially didn’t even make the Giants 53-man roster, ended up becoming the starting quarterback by midseason after injuries to Daniel Jones and Tyrod Taylor forced him into the lineup.

DeVito ended up going 3-3 as the Giants starting quarterback before he was removed on Christmas night and never regained the starting job. With Jones back and expected to be the Week 1 starter so long as he remains healthy, plus Drew Lock signed as the backup, DeVito doesn’t seem to have a place on the team aside from being another backup.

However, the one thing Devito gained from last year was experience from being on the field and playing in games as opposed to just being on the practice squad and holding a clipboard, so if another team experiences an injury or has a shaky quarterback situation and would want to add a young player for little money and possible upside, DeVito could be that team’s guy.

As fun of a story as DeVito was last season, he didn’t exactly show that the Giants needed to keep him as a long-term option, especially when he struggled against the better teams when the schedule got harder. For DeVito’s case, he was never expected to play if the plan for the 2023 season had gone accordingly, but the NJ native did get to play and he could make sense for a new squad elsewhere.