According to Albert Breer, the Giants were reportedly willing to take on a significant portion of Kenny Golladay's contract before the final roster cuts, but there were no takers. They continue to try to find suitors as the season progresses. (Albert Breer on Twitter)
It might take an injury elsewhere for a trade to occur, but moving the 28-year-old wide receiver could be beneficial to all involved. Golladay's struggles in New York are well documented: Through 17 games, he has 39 catches for 544 yards and no touchdowns. He has not provided much return on investment in fantasy leagues up to this point, and any increase in value would depend wholly on where he lands.