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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2. Noah Brown, Houston Texans

Over the last two seasons, Noah Brown has established himself as a very consistent pass-catcher after struggling to find a role with the Cowboys. His limits are easy to identify, and his playing style makes for an easy fit in every offense. While this could make for an easy reason to stay in Houston, the Texans could be persuaded to move on from Brown for the right price.

The Texans acquired Stefon Diggs this offseason to add to a receiver room that already features Tank Dell, Nico Collins, John Metchie, and Robert Woods. With all this talent, someone may have to go in order to clear up the clutter. While Woods seems like the easy candidate for now, Brown could net more value in a trade, so moving on from him and keeping Woods may not be a bad idea.

If Houston decides to go down this route, Schoen should pursue. Brown caught 33 passes for 567 yards and two touchdowns through just 10 games last season. This level of production is needed in New York and considering he's 28 years old and on an expiring contract, it wouldn't cost much to trade for the former Cowboy.