Pick in the first round ESPN has confirmed that the source indicated that they could trade for the item.
The New York Daily News reported that Joe Schoen, a new General Manager, might be selling Toney.
Florida's Toney was the 20th-ranked pick in last year's draft. Toney had a rough rookie season, with multiple injuries and situations. He wore the wrong-sized shoes, skipped the voluntary offseason program, and was repeatedly positive for COVID-19. These are all things that kept him from the field.
Toney was a part of 10 games in 2021.
Schoen has been determined to explore all options since he was hired. Schoen said he is open to listening to all offers, even those from running back.At the NFL scouting Combine.
The first-year general managers have since stated that the rumour was out of control. Schoen immediately spoke with Barkley and stated that he never called Barkley about trading the star running back.
Schoen said at the combine that he didn’t see Toney as a tradable part and expected him to be with the team this season.
Toney has not been to voluntary offseason exercises or the minicamp this week. Brian Daboll, the new coach, said Toney has not yet received the team's updated playbook.
Daboll declared Wednesday, “Like i said, this camp is voluntary.” “We are going to work with the guys that are there, they're here. The guys that aren’t here will be left out of some great opportunities. It's voluntary because it is. This is the nature of the rules.
“I've had great talks with K.T., and some good talks about the other guys. I am encouraged by where we are at with our participation, and what we have been doing. We'll continue working in the right directions.”
Toney was not the only player who didn't make it to the minicamp.
“It's voluntary,” Schoen said. “Nobody has ever asked about the other guys who aren’t here. It's life. It's all part of life.
“I've had great conversations with Kadarius. We have been in touch. It is voluntary. It is what it is.