The New York Giants have had enough of Kadarius Toney’s shenanigans. Aside from the fact that the 23-year-old wide receiver has been notorious for his commitment to the game, he has not been taking part in the voluntary offseason program of new coach Brian Daboll.

According to the New York Daily News, the Giants have started making calls to determine what they can get in exchange for the native of Alabama.

“There was some internal momentum for bailing on Toney during his tumultuous rookie season a year ago. His commitment came into question behind the scenes during his rookie year due to lack of playbook study, poor meeting behavior and frequent injuries,” Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News wrote.

The Giants had to deal with Toney’s foot injury, something that limited the 23-year-old in the spring after a late start due to delays tied to his contract signing. The woes continued with Toney dealing with a hamstring injury and getting COVID-19 during training camp.

Further, Toney complained about limited playing time in the regular season. He missed six of the final seven games of the Giants after another bout of COVID, an oblique injury and a shoulder injury, NBC Sports reported.

Last season, Toney made 39 catches for 420 yards and no touchdowns.

Given his history, it remains to be seen if any team would take a chance on the 20th pick of the NFL Draft.

A possible team would be the New England Patriots. The Pats could send N’Keal Harry and draft capital to get a deal done.

Harry is the first-round pick of the Patriots in 2019 but he has failed to develop into a solid receiver. He also made headlines recently for not showing up in the team’s offseason program.

The 24-year-old could use a change of scenery but the lack of commitment questions surrounding Toney could dampen any hope of New England showing any interest in a potential player swap, reported.

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