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The Washington Commanders is rebuilding its roster under the guidance of new head coach Dan Quinn and general manager Adam Peters. So, what will they decide to do with the No. 2 overall pick in the NFL Draft?

Some people argue that the Commanders should trade the pick to acquire more draft capital for the new regime. One team that could be interested in trading up is Washington’s divisional rival, the New York Giants, but what would that take?

In hindsight, the Giants seem to regret extending quarterback Daniel Jones’ four-year contract after his rookie deal, which is worth an average of $40 million a year. In Jones’ first year with Brian Daboll as his head coach, he led the team to the playoffs, but just one year later, Danny Dimes wasn’t even the most popular quarterback on the roster as New York embraced rookie backup Tommy DeVito.

Daboll went from being a beloved coach in the city to having his job called for after the team lost in the Divisional round of the playoffs when there were no expectations for the team to only winning six games the following season after inspiring hope.

New York has reportedly decided to get a new quarterback despite having three more years with Jones under contract. It’s come out that the Giants are high on both North Carolina quarterback Drake Maye and LSU’s Jayden Daniels but favor Maye at the moment.

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