5 NY Giants who could be traded away by midseason

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Entering the 2023 season, the NY Giants have tons of questions surrounding their roster. There are a ton of players on the Giants who are locked in to make a huge difference for this team from start to finish in 2023. However, could we see others moved before the trade deadline?

These five players may be solid, but positional upgrades, contractual issues, or a simple lack of production due to injuries may cause them to be traded away:

5. CB Rodarius Williams

While Rodarius Williams hasn't seen the field much in his career due to various injuries, he very well could have some value on the market due to the production he's had when healthy alongside his age. It certainly wouldn't be much value, but there is a chance the Giants could get a late-round pick out of Williams if an opposing team gets desperate for CB depth.

It would be nice to see Williams stick around, but it really seems like the Giants have their CB room figured out with the drafting of Deonte Banks. The odds of Williams getting snaps over Banks, Adoree' Jackson, Darnay Holmes, Aaron Robinson, or Cor'Dale Flott are slim to none, let alone some of the other players in the secondary.

Through three games last season, Williams racked up 15 tackles while allowing 10 receptions on 15 targets for 121 yards and one interception. These numbers may not be eye-popping, but the production is solid for a sixth-round pick coming off of an ACL tear.

If Schoen opted to cut Williams, the Giants would save a little under $900,000. While this is a decent amount of money, it would definitely make sense for Schoen to test the market and see if a team is willing to take a gamble on the 26-year-old DB.