Perriman would seem to be a good replacement for Humphries, who agreed to a three-year deal Wednesday with the Titans.
Brown received new money and $30 million guaranteed without adding years to the deal.
This is the latest in a line of questionable roster moves on the part of Gettleman, who was hired at the end of the 2017 season. The Giants potentially trading Beckham is not something new to this offseason, it is something we have heard about for years, this season was apparently just the year it finally happened. Beckham is scheduled to make $16.75 million in base salary in 2019, according to Spotrac. The Beckham trade looked defeated. There certainly were no football reasons to do so, either. Before last season, he became the league's highest-paid receiver with a five-year, $90m contract extension.
Media members tried to sort out what this means for the Giants franchise and quarterback Eli Manning.
How many times does Beckham have to continually hint that he wants to play in Los Angeles, only to have the Giants fail to shoot down any rumors they may be shopping him? In New York, chances are he is not alone.
The Browns are left with eight picks in the 2019 NFL Draft. This is suddenly a filthy offense the Browns are trotting out onto the field as they hope to contend for the division title.
The 26-year-old signed a five-year, $90 million contract extension with NY ahead of the 2018 season.
All that and free agency hasn't even officially kicked off.
News of the trade moved the Browns' odds to win Super Bowl 54 in Miami significantly. And just as the Ravens benefitted from Gettleman's unintentional largesse at the time, another AFC North team has the now-Giants' GM to thank for his intemperate attitude regarding temperamental receivers.