4 WRs on the roster bubble the NY Giants could try and trade for

Could the Giants end up adding some more WR help this offseason?
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3. Terrace Marshall Jr., Carolina Panthers

Following the selection of Xavier Legette in the first round of this year's draft, the Panthers are looking pretty top-heavy at receiver, which could open the door for Terrace Marshall Jr. to get traded. While he hasn't been super productive in his short career, Marshall has shown flashes that the Giants may be interested in capitalizing on.

Marshall was rumored to be on the trade block prior to last season's deadline, yet wasn't moved. This already gives the Giants an edge in trading for the LSU product, as the Panthers clearly don't see him as a part of their future.

Through three seasons, Marshall has caught 64 passes for 767 yards and one touchdown. These numbers are definitely a little disappointing for a second-round pick, but the QB situation he was faced with certainly didn't help.

If acquired by New York, Marshall would likely be given a better chance to succeed than he ever had in Carolina. He may have to work up the depth chart a bit, but bringing Marshall in could be worth it for what will be a low asking price.