3 reasons the NY Giants shouldn't pursue a Stefon Diggs trade

Joe Schoen and Co. need to stay away from this

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2. Stefon Diggs is turning 31 in November

Diggs is on the wrong side of 30, as he turns 31 years old in November. If Schoen is to make a move for a star receiver via trade or free agency, age is sure to play a factor in his decision. Schoen and the Giants should keep building up the young core of players on the team now. There are other reliable WRs on the roster Giants Nation is excited about.

Darius Slayton has proven himself to be a solid No. 2 receiver for the Giants. He has quietly carved out two consecutive 700+ yard seasons. Wan'Dale Robinson flashed his rookie season, but burst onto the scene down the stretch in 2023, becoming a fun target for both Tommy DeVito and Taylor.

Daniel Bellinger, the Giants second-year tight end, continues to develop as well. We can't forget about 2023 third-round pick Jalin Hyatt either. While he didn't break out the way fans were hoping for this campaign, the hope is that he can be more involved in the offense in 2024. His potential is exciting, no doubt. Oh, and don't forget that a new star youngster could arrive in town in late April...