This is a fiscal issue, more than anything else. Randle will demand big money, despite not having the numbers to back it up. He is, at best, an average number two receiver, which is why he is expendable.
New York could upgrade at the position, by signing someone like Alshon Jeffrey, or drafting someone like Laquon Treadwell from Ole Miss. The team are better served using their cap space on the defensive side of the ball, which is why Randle will likely go in the offseason.
Rueben Randle, who will be a free agent, left the Giants locker room on Monday regretting his 2015 production https://t.co/7k6KD9U3M5
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