It's a slow day for the Philadelphia Eagles, so let's look at a significant move by one of their rivals in the NFC East.

Darren Waller, a former Pro Bowl tight end, was acquired by the New York Giants from the Las Vegas Raiders in exchange for a late third-round pick (No. 100 in total), as reported by NFL insider Tom Pelissero. Many people have pointed out that they gave up a pick in exchange for trading Kadarius Toney to the Kansas City Chiefs.

Waller has the potential to be the Giants' most dangerous tight end since Jeremy Shockey? Do I remember someone? It's been a while.