There's already been one superstar wide receiver on the move this offseason with Antonio Brown joining the Raiders. The next domino to fall could be Odell Beckham Jr.
But it sounds like the price would be a hefty haul compared to what Oakland sent Pittsburgh for Brown.
"They're not gonna give him away for a three and a five, absolutely not," FOX reporter Jay Glazer said Monday morning on The Herd. "Yes, teams have absolutely called and talked to the Giants."
"Teams have absolutely called and talked to the Giants and they've taken the calls and had conversations... They're certainly listening, but their asking price right now is ridiculous for him." @JayGlazer with the latest on the Giants and Odell Beckham Jr. pic.twitter.com/zeTtoqzbHs— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) March 11, 2019
Less than two weeks ago, Giants general manager Dave Gettleman refuted reports he was shopping Beckham at the NFL Scouting Combine.
As Glazer notes, things certainly could change, and it sounds like they have when it comes to Beckham's availability. Again, OBJ's price tag won't be cheap though.
"They're certainly listening, but their asking price is ridiculous for him," Glazer said.
Beckham, 26, is nearly four years younger than Brown. He's also dealt with injuries the past two seasons, and signed a record five-year, $95 million contract last summer.
When healthy, however, he's one of the best talents in the league. He still topped 1,000 yards receiving in 2018 despite missing four games, and when he played all 16 games in 2016, Beckham nearly totaled 1,400 yards receiving.