Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks will be an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season and there have been rumblings that he will be too expensive for the team to retain. General manager Jerry Reese indicated that although he doesn’t think Nicks will be traded, it’s certainly still a possibility.
"We keep all of our options open,” Reese said. “Hakeem played well this last game, but we always keep all of our options open. You never say never until 4 o'clock. So we'll see what happens. We have a chance to get back in the race. So that gives you a different feel of what you can do at the trade deadline. If you’re 8-0 like Kansas City, you have different (feel). It depends on what your record is and what your circumstances are. It’s different things at different times and different situations.”
Speaking of Kansas City, the Chiefs are said to be gauging the possibility of acquiring former Chief Tony Gonzalez from the Atlanta Falcons. Gonzalez had previously said that he wanted to stick with the Falcons, but the team is 2-5 and they are most likely not going to make the playoffs, let alone a Super Bowl. A return to the undefeated Chiefs could be a nice way for Gonzalez to wrap up his Hall of Fame career.
The Chiefs’ division rival, the Denver Broncos, are rumored to be "attempting to trade" for Vikings RE Jared Allen. The Broncos have the cap space to take on Allen's $7.5 million remaining salary and the 1-6 Vikings have some incentive to move him.
If it wasn't clear already, Jared wants out. And given where #Vikings stand and what they'd save, I imagine they want him out, too.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) October 29, 2013
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