CBS writer thinks the NY Giants will land Bills WR in free agency

Is some help finally on the way for Daniel Jones?

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Depending on what kind of moves NY Giants general manager Joe Schoen makes in free agency, we could have a much better idea of what he's planning to do during the 2024 NFL Draft. Is the plan to go all-in on getting Daniel Jones help, or will a new QB1 like Jayden Daniels be on the way?

We'll find out soon enough, but there's no question the G-Men need to bring in some stud wideouts to help whoever will be under center to open the 2024 campaign. If you ask CBS' Cody Benjamin, he thinks some assistance in the form of veteran WR Gabe Davis will be on the way for Big Blue in free agency.

Will the NY Giants make a move to try and sign Bills WR Gabe Davis?

"The Giants can't afford to let any of their QBs take snaps behind their current O-line again. But they also desperately need more juice out wide. Davis is mercurial but explosive, offering ridiculous speed on the perimeter."

Cody Benjamin

Davis has been mentioned as a possibility for the Giants for a while now, but it will really depend on how much he's looking for with his next deal. The good news for Schoen, though, is that the salary cap for teams has increased to $255.4 million for '24.

As things stand, the Giants have around $33 million to work with, but multiple restructures are expected to open up even more dough. Keeping that in mind, Schoen isn't going to want to overpay for a new player, especially as he looks to get things across the line with Saquon Barkley and Xavier McKinney.

Last season for Buffalo, Davis posted 45 receptions for 746 yards and seven touchdowns. He has spent the past four years with the Bills and there's of course familiarity with Schoen and Brian Daboll from their time in the AFC East.

Bringing in Davis would provide excitement for the fanbase, but it's not the only WR move that must be made. Should the Giants stay with Jones, selecting Rome Odunze or Malik Nabers at No. 6 overall would be just what the doctor ordered too.