With Odell Beckham Jr. gone, the Giants are in need of help at wide receiver, and they have reached out to one potential replacement, reports Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News.
According to Leonard, the Giants have reached out to the representatives for free agent WR Chris Hogan, who has spent the last three seasosn with the Patriots after spending the first four years of his career with the Bills.
The 30-year-old Hogan -- who has gotten a lot of work in the slot but is more versatile than that -- had 35 receptions for 532 yards and three touchdowns last season while playing 15 games.
His best season came in 2016, when he hauled in 38 catches for 680 yards (17.9 yards per reception) and four touchdowns.
Without Beckham, the Giants' No. 1 receiver heading into next season will likely be Sterling Shepard. Their next most popular target will likely be tight end Evan Engram.
WR Corey Coleman is also expected to be one of the main receiver options.