Trading NY Giants WR Kadarius Toney would be a huge mistake


With the NFL trade deadline around two weeks away, we’re seeing more and more reports of various big names in the league. It continues for New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley, but come on, the point guard isn’t going anywhere. The same cannot be said for the wide Kadarius Toney.

The former first-round pick missed most of the season with a hamstring injury. There were trade rumors during the offseason, but he seemed to be on the same page as the new regime entering the new campaign. Now, reporter Michael Balko has been told that the G-Men may consider shipping the speedster to a new team. Oh my.

New York Giants shouldn’t give up on Kadarius Toney just yet

There are mixed emotions here from New York fans. On the one hand, Toney just hasn’t worked with this team. He was a first-rounder in the 2021 NFL Draft and had a lot of potential from when he went to East Rutherford from the University of Florida. However, injuries have plagued him since last season.

There was plenty of drama too, including punching him in the loss to the Cowboys last fall. He was not suspended, but was given a fairly large fine. Toney played 10 games for Big Blue in 21, hauling 39 balls for 420 yards. No one has forgotten his 189-yard performance against Dallas.

Other than that performance against the Cowboys, there haven’t been too many stunning performances from Toney. That’s why some fans are indeed fine with the idea of ​​trading him for a late-round pick. However, call us crazy, but we don’t want to see Toney sent to a new organization just yet.

When healthy, this kid has proven he has what it takes to stretch the court and be a key option for the NFC East side. He’s been limited this year due to injuries and the use of Brian Daboll, but when he’s been on the court he’s shown his big-play potential. We’ve seen that, albeit sparingly, against the Tennessee Titans in Week 1.

With his speed and hands, Toney truly has unreal potential for the Giants. He just needs to stay healthy and bond with Daniel Jones and Daboll. If he can do that, then he’ll be an extra weapon for Danny Dimes and the 5-1 Giants. Toney could very well end up being traded before the end of the month, but we don’t want that to happen.

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