The New York Giants shocked the football world late on Tuesday night when they agreed to trade wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to the Cleveland Browns in exchange for two picks in the 2019 NFL Draft and safety Jabrill Peppers.

The fact that such a trade was agreed to remains surreal as of Wednesday morning, but the show must ultimately go on.

At 4:00 p.m. EDT, the new league year gets underway and free agents are free to sign with new teams. And with Beckham now out of the picture, the Giants may turn to the open market as they seek a replacement.

Here’s a quick look at five receivers the Giants could, should and likely will sniff around.

Golden Tate remains unattached entering free agency and while he was a clunky fit in Philadelphia, his success in both Seattle and Detroit can not be over-stated.

Tate is a consistent receiver who is capable of creating yards after the catch, and he wouldn’t come in and step on Sterling Shepard’s toes. Shep would be able to remain inside as a slot receiver, while Tate could run things on the outside.

In three of his 10 NFL seasons, Tate has eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark three times, including a 2014 campaign in which he topped 1,300 receiving yards.

Even at the age of 31, he might be a solid short-term fit for the Giants.

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