In his defense, he did miss some time last season due to multiple injuries.
However, his rookie season was contentious.
He missed two practices during their minicamp because of his cleats.
Toney also skipped last season’s voluntary workouts because he hadn’t signed his contract.
With a new regime in place, the Giants are reportedly shopping Toney to see if there would be interest.
General manager Joe Schoen will be looking at the offers they will receive for the former Penn State standout.
There are two possibilities regarding this development.
First, a team could come out and trade for him, believing they could help him thrive.
After all, who wouldn’t want to have a wideout who might become a Pro Bowler and receive a base salary of only $1.2 million in 2022?
Second, his production might discourage other teams and have them look elsewhere.
He did have a 189-yard receiving game, but that’s an outlier considering he only had 420 receiving yards total.
But as ESPN’s Jordan Ranaan shared, the Giants are seeking a nice haul for him.
Spoke to a bunch of sources around the league about second-year WR Kadarius Toney over the weekend. Giants view him as a valuable asset. Would want a significant return. Makes it seem right now the likelihood is he does not get moved.#giants #nfl #NFLDraft2022
— Jordan Raanan (@JordanRaanan) April 25, 2022
Ranaan tweeted, “Spoke to a bunch of sources around the league about second-year WR Kadarius Toney over the weekend. Giants view him as a valuable asset. Would want a significant return. Makes it seem right now the likelihood is he does not get moved.”
Giants Want A Reset At Wide Receiver
Schoen and head coach Brian Daboll might be looking to revamp their receiving corps after last season’s dismal production.
Luckily, they have two picks in the top ten of a draft class with a deep wide receiver pool.
That way, they could replenish their talent in the passing game to help quarterback Daniel Jones.