New York Giants: 3 Dream trade targets from Broncos before 2020 training camp

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3. Noah Fant

When taking into consideration that Denver used a first-round pick on Noah Fant during the draft in 2019, it seems unlikely they would be willing to give up on the Iowa product after only one season in the league.

However, when looking at all of the tight ends on the Broncos roster at the moment, if the Giants were to make a strong enough offer, maybe this scenario could become more of a reality for New York.

With Evan Engram coming off a disappointing campaign in 2019 after a foot injury limited him to playing in just eight games, the Giants could use another reliable tight end to work with on offense, whether it happens to be Fant or someone else.

Plenty of teams these days tend to rely on multiple tight ends in the passing game, and if New York were to play their cards right, they could soon join that list.

If Fant’s rookie campaign (40 catches for 562 yards with three touchdowns) is any indication of what the future has in store, the young tight end should be in for a bright NFL career.

Once again, the chances of the Broncos making Fant available in a trade after only one season sounds like a long shot, but also crazier things have taken place in the league.