NY Giants could trade 1 of these 4 players before the season-opener

Could the G-Men end up trading one of these guys before the summer wraps up?
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It goes without saying, but 2024 is a critical year for the New York Giants after a disastrous 2023 season. After yet another 10-plus loss year for New York this past season, they're hoping that with the moves they made in free agency, in the draft and with the return of quarterback Daniel Jones, they are due for a much better fall and winter.

While this team will look a lot different with notable faces like Saquon Barkley now gone, the additions of Malik Nabers, Brian Burns and others has people fired up. With that said, some more players could be on their way out. In this piece, we take a look at four players the G-Men could end up trading this summer:

4. CB Aaron Robinson

It would not be a huge surprise at all if the Giants decide to move on from cornerback Aaron Robinson before the regular season gets underway. NY drafted Robinson with their third-round pick in 2021 and he's not been the player that team thought he would be during his playing days at UCF.

Injuries have limited the 25-year-old cornerback to just 11 games in his three years in the NFL, as he only played nine games in his rookie season after he underwent core muscle surgery and after suffering a severe knee injury and an appendectomy in 2022, Robinson played in just two games. Those injuries continued to be an issue, as he spent all of last year on the reserve/PUP list with that lingering knee injury.

With Robinson entering the final year of his rookie contract, it seems the Giants have already moved on from him, even though they haven't said those exact words quite yet. With the emergence of 2022 third-round pick Cor'Dale Flott, 2023 first-round pick Denonte Banks having a great rookie showing and also using their third-round pick on cornerback Andru Phillips, who the Giants have high hopes on, it does not seem like Robinson has a future in New York.