NY Giants: Stealing one player from every NFC East foe

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Philadelphia Eages: WR AJ Brown

The Giants wide receiver room is built to succeed through free agency and the draft. With Darius Slayton, Isaiah Hodgins, and Parris Campbell set to lead the way alongside Wan'Dale Robinson, Sterling Shepard, and Jalin Hyatt, this group could shock many around the NFL next season. But when looking at the unit, there is a true game-changer missing. While it is still unknown what Hodgins will do over an entire season, and Hyatt is yet to take the field, the group is without a proven WR1. Adding a target such as AJ Brown of the Philadelphia Eagles could make this offense elite.

Following three seasons with the Tennessee Titans, Brown took his game to a new level in his first season with the Eagles. As Jalen Hurts elevated the offense, Brown benefited. Over 17 games, he recorded career-highs in both receptions and receiving yards while tying his career-high in touchdowns. In total, he hauled in 88 receptions for 1,496 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns.

Brown is an elite option through the air and can impact the offense at each level. With a player of his caliber on the field, the Giants offense could improve in all areas, including the ground game. Adding an elite WR1 would give their star running back Saquon Barkley even more opportunities to succeed. It could also lead to quarterback Daniel Jones unlocking a new level to his game.