Will the Giants make any trades prior to the deadline?
After losing Thursday night’s game to the Philadelphia Eagles, it might make sense for the New York Giants to trade some of their players and look to continue to rebuild heading into 2021.
While talking to media on Friday, Giants’ head coach Joe Judge made it clear that he’s not thinking about a “fire sale” when it comes to his roster.
“I don’t know that there needs to be an assumption that there is going to be a string of moves anyway. Right now, I think if I comment on a lot of this, all of the sudden you have players kind of anticipating what are we looking to do,” Judge said. “I’m very clear with the players from day one that any decision we make is in the best interests of the team. That’s something I told them from day one and I always reiterate that to them. However, just because there is a trade deadline coming up doesn’t mean there is going to be a string of moves or something we’re going to have to look to go ahead and do and flip a lot of things,” said Judge, via Big Blue View.
Judge also said that he hasn’t had many conversations with the Giants’ front office about potential trades.