The New York Giants have themselves a disgruntled employee on their hands with Osi Umenyiora. New York is allowing Umenyiora and his agent to pursue a possible trade but the team wants a first-round pick in return.
This isn't possible, not because Umenyiora's value isn't first-round worthy to some teams but because organizations view draft picks third round or higher of great value. Also adding to the unlikeliness of first-round pick compensation is that Umenyiora wants a new deal.
A team will be willing to pay Osi in a new contract but not a high trade pick in return. Only teams that consider themselves contenders will negotiate a deal for the 29-year-old pass rusher that relies on speed to get around the edge.
A deal will only get down if the Giants step down from their current asking price. One of the few following clubs should give the Giants a package of draft picks and current players for Osi Umenyiora.