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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1. The Giants could draft a WR1 with the No. 6 overall pick

This is the option that makes the most sense for the Giants and Schoen. The Giants hold the No. 6 overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft and there continues to be a lot of buzz that a star receiver will be taken at that spot. Schoen could trade up to land an elite QB, but if he does stay at No. 6, a WR1 for the future makes a ton of sense.

Rome Odunze is a special player who will hear his name called early in the first round. The question is, will the Giants be the ones to draft him? Odunze is a 6-3, 215-pound wide receiver from Washington. He has amazing play-making ability and could be a great addition to a young, promising Giants WRs room. He finished this past college football season with 92 receptions for 1,640 yards and 13 touchdowns.

If Odunze isn't your guy, how about the uber athletic Malik Nabers? The LSU stud doesn't have the size of Odunze, but he is shifty and some will say he's a better route runner. Standing at 6-0, 200 pounds, Nabers put up monster numbers this past season to the tune of 89 receptions for 1,569 yards and 14 touchdowns. Either Nabers or Odunze would be an electric addition for the offense - one that would be way cheaper than adding Diggs.

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