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New York Giants large receiver Darius Slayton stiff-arms a defender throughout a November 2021 sport.

The Baltimore Ravens are seemingly trying to improve their large receiving corps after sending Marquise “Hollywood” Brown to the Arizona Cardinals. Brown’s departure left a gaping gap in Baltimore’s large receiver room, as no presently rostered wideouts have recorded greater than 600 yards in a single season.

Now, one New York Giants beat author has urged that the Ravens look to New York to deal with not solely their receiver scarcity, but in addition a deficiency of their secondary.

In a Could 2 tweet, Artwork Stapleton of The Document newspaper in Bergen, New Jersey, urged that the Giants package deal large receiver Darius Slayton and nook James Bradberry in trade for Ravens security Chuck Clark and “some mid-round picks.”

Bradberry, who might be 29 when the 2022 season begins, is a confirmed cornerback, with 91 begins over his first six seasons and a visit to the Professional Bowl in 2020. In the meantime, Slayton is simply 25 years outdated and had over 700 yards receiving in every of his first two seasons earlier than getting caught behind Kenny Golladay and Kadarious Toney on the Giants’ depth chart in 2021.

Slayton would be part of 2021 first-round decide Rashod Bateman, who is anticipated to make a sophomore leap after an injury-stunted rookie season. And Bradberry would add to the presence of All-Execs Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters, each of whom are recovering from important accidents. Brandon Stephens, a 2021 third-rounder,  spent most of his rookie 12 months enjoying security whereas Anthony Averett, Tavon Younger and Chris Westry all left in free company.


Ravens Would Seize A number of Starters

The  Giants have been trying to transfer on from cornerback James Bradberry, per stories from Fansided’s Matt Verderame and The Athletic’s Dan Duggan. And Slayton seems to be expendable with Golladay and Sterling Shepard on the roster.

There have been rumblings in early April that the Giants have been buying Toney, a 2021 first-rounder. And when the Giants drafted large receiver Wan’Dale Robinson out of Kentucky within the second spherical, the rumors solely intensified. However normal supervisor Giants normal supervisor Joe Schoen mentioned the group is “not buying” him, based on a Duggan tweet from April 29.

Per Over the Cap, the respective wage cap prices of Clark and Slayton might roughly offset, relying on the timing of the deal, leaving Bradberry’s $21.8 million 2022 cap hit because the remaining impediment to a deal. A part of the explanation the Giants wish to commerce Bradberry is to unlock cap area, in order that they’re unlikely to tackle most of his deal, whereas the Ravens presently can’t afford to tackle his contract.


Ravens’ Logjam at Security

After drafting Notre Dame standout Kyle Hamilton within the first spherical of final week’s draft, the Ravens abruptly have a logjam at security with Clark and up to date addition Marcus Williams already on the roster.

It’s unlikely that the Ravens would deal Williams, their marquee free agent signing of this offseason, however Jeff Zrebiec of the Athletic mentioned he thought Baltimore “would completely deal [Clark] in the event that they obtained an acceptable provide.”

Sending the veteran security to New York would reunite him with Giants defensive coordinator Don “Wink” Martindale, who was fired by the Ravens in January. Clark wore the inexperienced dot as Baltimore’s defensive playcaller below Martindale for the previous three seasons, rising as a key chief of the Ravens protection along with his wonderful instincts and soccer I.Q. which have made him one of many league’s most underrated safeties. With Martindale putting in his protection in New York, he could wish to have a trusted veteran to guide his protection on the sphere as he implements his blitz-heavy scheme.

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