3 Most Likely Kadarius Toney Trade Destinations After Giants Draft Wan'Dale Robinson
Kadarius Toney's days with the New York Giants might be numbered. Trade rumors began to swirl leading up to the 2022 NFL Draft, but the Giants added fuel to the fire by picking Kentucky's Wan'Dale Robinson at No. 43 overall. Robinson and Toney are both small, quick receivers who do a ton of work out of the slot; there may not be room for both wideouts in NY.
Plus, Toney was a Dave Gettleman draft pick. First-year GM Joe Schoen has no ties to the former Florida Gator, who missed some of the Giants' voluntary workouts this offseason.
If Toney is indeed available on the trade market, he should draw a ton of interest around the league. Yes, there are some injury and off-field concerns. But he showcased special ability at times in his rookie season, like his 10-catch, 189-yard performance in Week 5.
If New York wants to move on, here are the three best trade destinations for the second-year WR.
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3. Jacksonville Jaguars
Toney is exactly what the Jacksonville Jaguars need. In fact, Urban Meyer said as much very publicly after Jags missed out on him in the 2021 NFL Draft. Meyer is long gone, but Toney remains an excellent fit here. The Jaguars have a ton of C+/B- pass-catchers, but they don't have a true No. 1 threat. No matter how much money Jacksonville throws his way, Christian Kirk just is not that guy. But Kadarius Toney could be. Trading a 2023 second-round pick is a great high-risk, high-reward gamble for an offense that desperately needs an elite weapon.
2. Baltimore Ravens
Buying low on someone as talented as Toney feels like a classic Baltimore Ravens move. And after trading Marquise Brown, Baltimore could stand to add another receiver. Second-year wideout Rashod Bateman should be great as the Ravens' WR1, but he can't replace Brown's speed. Toney is one of the few players in the NFL that can.
1. Kansas City Chiefs
The Kansas City Chiefs spent a second-round pick on a potential Tyreek Hill replacement in Skyy Moore, who actually drew some pre-draft comparisons to Hill. But let's be real, we all know to take NFL Draft comps with a grain of salt. Skyy Moore is not Tyreek Hill – no one is. But if I had to pick one receiver that deserves the Hill comp, it'd be Toney. Both players just move differently, outrunning the most athletic people on the planet and making it look easy. Toney to the Chiefs is a match made in football heaven.