The Giants are asking for "at least" two first-round picks in exchange for WR Odell Beckham, Jr., reports Adam Schefter of ESPN.
It was reported on Tuesday by Ian Rapoport of NFL.com that the Giants were listening to trade offers/calls for Beckham, with several teams inquiring.
The Rams are reportedly one of the teams who have reached out, Pat Leonard of the NY Daily News reported on Monday, with Steve Wyche of the NFL Network reporting Tuesday that the Rams have made the No. 23 pick in the upcoming NFL Draft available.
Later on Tuesday, Giants co-owner John Mara said Beckham is not on the trading block, but didn't close the door 100 percent regarding a potential trade.
"He's not on the block," Mara said. "Is that going to stop clubs from possibly calling us? No. But he's not on the block. We're not shopping him around."
"It's certainly a conversation we would have to have if somebody overwhelmed us," Mara added about a potential Beckham trade.
Mara's comments came after GM Dave Gettleman began his scrum on Tuesday at the League Meetings in Orlando by saying that he won't be addressing anything about a potential Beckham trade or holdout.
It was reported on Monday that Beckham would not take the field without a new contract, though Giants co-owner Steve Tisch called any potential holdout a "hypothetical" at this point.
Meanwhile, Cleveland Browns WR Jarvis Landry tweeted on Monday, calling for Cleveland to trade for Beckham.
Beckham, 25, had 25 receptions for 302 yards and three touchdowns in four games in 2017, with his season ending prematurely due to an ankle injury he suffered on Oct. 8.
He is eligible for free agency after this season, though the Giants can slap the franchise tag on him twice if they so choose.