The Giants seem pretty set at wide receiver, with Sterling Shepard, Golden Tate, and Darius Slayton all under contract for the 2020 season. But they're reportedly looking for more help.
According to Matt Lombardo of NJAM, the Giants are expected to pursue Chiefs WR Demarcus Robinson, who is set to hit free agency.
Robinson, 25, started 10 games for the Chiefs during the regular season in 2019, hauling in 32 catches for a career-high 449 yards and four touchdowns.
In the postseason, Robinson saw limited action in the divisional and championship rounds, but was on the field for only two snaps (and zero targets) in Kansas City's Super Bowl win over the 49ers.
If the Giants were to add Robinson, it's fair to wonder what that might mean for Tate, whose guarantees in his contract automatically voided last season when he tested positive and was suspended for PEDs.
SNY's Ralph Vacchiano recently noted that Tate is well worth his $7.975 million salary. If the Giants were to cut him, it would only clear $3.3 million while leaving $7 million in dead money on the cap.
When it comes to potentially adding more wide receiver help, the Giants have also had Jerry Jeudy mocked to them in some recent mock drafts, but it remains hard to believe they would use the No. 4 overall pick on a receiver when they have so many other glaring needs.