Bleacher Report pitches NY Giants-Titans trade we'd love to see go down

This is an idea Giants GM Joe Schoen should consider
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In what has already been a fun offseason for NY Giants general manager Joe Schoen, more moves are on the way for him. This includes trimming the roster down to 53 men, but might some additions via free agency or a trade be in the works?

Bleacher Report seems to think the latter might be on the table for Schoen and Co. Recently, BR posted potential trade packages for players who need a 'fresh start' and they have Titans wideout Treylon Burks on the list, someone we've written about before. Would the G-Men be open to something like this?

Treylon Burks has once again been linked with the NY Giants

"A move to another team (for Burks), like the New York Giants, which is still trying to figure out the receiving corps, would make sense. Going from (Will) Levis to Daniel Jones might be a downgrade, but the Giants have a lot of unknowns at wide receiver right now.
Rookie Malik Nabers figures to be their No. 1 receiver. Darius Slayton would be the No. 2 option, but he's currently sitting out OTAs while he works on a new contract with the G-Men."

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Burks was a first-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, but his first two years in the league haven't quite gone according to plan. Might this be why a fresh start indeed could be what's needed for him to turn things around? Hey, we'd be all for it.

As valuable as Darius Slayton has been for the Giants, leading the team in receiving yards four of the past five seasons, there's drama surrounding his situation right now. Slayton isn't present for OTAs, as he's hoping to land a contract extension from Schoen. It doesn't look like that's in the cards, though.

The longer Slayton holds out, the more worry there will be that he's not going to be available for the start of the new campaign. Jalin Hyatt and Wan'Dale Robinson will be ready to help the load if Slayton is missing, but some more help will be needed. Malik Nabers is going to be a stud for this offense, but he won't be able to get everything done on his own.

That's where someone like Burks can come in. He hasn't been able to fulfill his potential just yet, but imagine what might be able to happen for him working under Brian Daboll's tutelage? Daniel Jones is hoping to bounce back too after a rough '23. If all the Giants have to give up is a 2025 sixth-rounder, then it's definitely something for Schoen to consider.