Buffalo Bills Trade Target: Darius Slayton
Another wide receiver the Buffalo Bills could consider trading for is Darius Slayton. At one point he was a big part of the Giants offense but with additions like Kenny Golladay and Kadarius Toney, he has dropped down the depth chart. This past season, Slayton had only 339 receiving yards and two touchdowns after surpassing 700 receiving yards in his first two years in the league and 11 total receiving yards.
The Buffalo Bills have Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis at the top of their depth chart but could use a deep threat and speed, especially if Isaiah McKenzie were not to return this offseason. Slayton would address that need.
Darius Slayton is entering the final year of his contract and has a reasonable cap hit of $2.598 million this year. At 25 years old, this would be a low-risk move for Buffalo but considering his age and salary, the New York Giants may not want to move him as he could still be a key part of this offense.