3 Teams That Need to Call the Giants About Daniel Jones Trade if New York is Truly Interested in Justin Herbert

New York Giants QB Daniel Jones
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Dave Gettleman might have been in "full bloom love" with quarterback Daniel Jones last year and was probably even more enamored by the rookie's solid introduction to the NFL, but the latest draft buzz suggests that the New York Giants have legitimate interest in Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert and hold the No. 4 pick this Thursday.

While the Giants thinking about possibly taking Herbert despite the team's noticeable holes in the linebacking corps and on the offensive line might be a smokescreen, these three teams should call Gettleman to see how they can land Daniel Jones.

3. New England Patriots

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick
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New England once again has tons of draft picks and still possesses a largely complete roster. The hole at quarterback, however, is too colossal to ignore, and Belichick should consider flipping a good chunk of those picks to the Giants for Jones. The Giants could get ammo to rebuild their roster, while New England gets a quarterback for the future.

2. Los Angeles Chargers

Los Angeles Chargers QB Tyrod Taylor
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No matter what Anthony Lynn and the organization keeps telling you, the Chargers will be looking for an upgrade over Tyrod Taylor at quarterback. Rather than use the No. 6 overall pick on a quarterback, they could trade it for Jones. The Giants aren't going to give away a quarterback that was as productive as he was in his rookie year for nothing, and the Chargers should take that plunge given how a solid quarterback should get this stacked, veteran roster to the playoffs.

1. Miami Dolphins

Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores
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The Dolphins have five picks in the first two rounds they can use to draft a quarterback, but trading some of them for Jones will solve their lack of a long-term answer under center. The Dolphins are expected to use pick No. 5 on a quarterback, and with Herbert in particular gaining steam, they could add Jones via trade if the Giants take the Oregon QB. Sound familiar? They did last year in trading for Josh Rosen after Kyler Murray went No. 1 overall.