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Tagged: Kenny Golladay (47 Results)


Giants WR Golladay expected to return vs. Texans

New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll said on Tuesday that veteran wide receiver KENNY GOLLADAY is likely to return for Sunday’s game against the Houston Texans. Golladay has missed theMore last four games with a sprained MCL. He returned to a limited practice session on Tuesday and could provide the Giants with a solid weapon despite his lackluster Giants tenure so far. Shortly after the Giants shipped fellow wide receiver KADARIUS TONEY off to Kansas City, Golladay expressed a desire to not only remain in New York, but to come back strong and help the Giants reach the playoffs. Less

Source: Team Blog


Giants WR Golladay to miss Week #5 game in London

New York Giants wide receiver KENNY GOLLADAY suffered an MCL sprain during Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears and is not expected to travel with the team to London for thisMore Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers. While the injury might seem to be a blow to the Giants wide receiving corps, it’s worth noting that Golladay has had limited involvement in the offense under first-year head coach Brian Daboll. Through four games this season, Golladay has just two catches and 22 yards. Less

Source: New York Post

Podcast: September 27 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast

Moishe Steigmann and Justin Eleff improve your whole approach to fantasy football, then play Supply by Demand in Week 4. Play along at home, poets, and win a plaque from Affordable Trophies.  more »



Giants wideouts on the hot seat

New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll sent a message recently about some of the higher-profile receivers on the roster. Daboll said that the best players are going to get aMore chance to not only make the team, but to play and produce. Of note to fantasy owners are the three wideouts the coach did not name, including KENNY GOLLADAY, KADARIUS TONEY, and STERLING SHEPARD. The three unnamed wideouts have either dealt with ongoing injury issues or have simply been unimpressive throughout training camp and the preseason thus far. Less

Source: Team Blog

Factoid: Kadarius Toney

To me, Kadarius Toney will be one of the more interesting question marks in the second halves of drafts this summer. He was hurt for most of his rookie season, but there were a couple of brief spurts where he looked like he might be pretty similar to those three standout receivers who were selected in the top dozen overall (JaMarr Chase, Jaylen Waddle, DeVonta Smith).  more »

Factoid: Allergic to the end zone

Miles Sanders. Kenny Golladay. Cole Kmet. You guys are going to score a touchdown, right? There’s less than a week left in the calendar year, and none of those guys has yet gotten into the end zone.  more »



Giants overwhelmed by injuries

New York Giants running back SAQUON BARKLEY reportedly dodged a serious injury in Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys, suffering what is believed to be a low ankle injury that willMore leave him week-to-week. Meanwhile, quarterback DANIEL JONES is in the concussion protocol and will be monitored throughout the week. That’s not all fantasy owners, oft injured wideout KENNY GOLLADAY is expected to miss a couple of weeks due to a knee injury. Fellow wide receivers STERLING SHEPARD and DARIUS SLAYTON continue to deal with hamstring injuries. Less



Giants QB Jones carted off

New York Giants quarterback DANIEL JONES was carted off the field after sustaining a helmet-to-helmet his during the first half of Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys. Jones was ruled outMore with a concussion in a game in which teammates SAQUON BARKLEY and KENNY GOLLADAY also left with injuries. Jones was replaced by veteran quarterback MIKE GLENNON. Less

Source: CBS Sports


Giants lose RB Barkley, WR Golladay

New York Giants running back SAQUON BARKLEY left in the first quarter of Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys with what appeared to be a significant ankle injury. Barkley was cartedMore off the field and did not return. Barkley has missed 17 of the Giants’ 32 games in the 2019-2020 seasons combined, and time will tell how long this injury will sideline him. In a rough game for the Giants, wide receiver KENNY GOLLADAY was also ruled out at halftime with a knee injury. Golladay had no catches on three targets in the first half. Less

Source: New York Daily News


Giants WR Golladay practices, but warns of possible slow start for offense

New York Giants wide receiver KENNY GOLLADAY practiced for the second straight day on Thursday as he works his way back from a hamstring injury. The injury has limited the amountMore of time Golladay has had to work with quarterback DANIEL JONES, an issue that several injured Giants starters can relate to this preseason. Golladay sees potential in the Giants offense but admitted on Thursday that having so little time to work together in camp could lead to a rocky start to the season for the offense. Fantasy owners take note. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Giants RB Barkley, TE Rudolph nearing return

New York Giants running back SAQUON BARKLEY’s rehab schedule may finally ramp up to on-field work against an opponent this week when the team practices against the New England Patriots. Barkley’sMore ramp-up should coincide with tight end KYLE RUDOLPH (foot) finally seeing some on field work as well. Unfortunately for the Giants, wide receiver KENNY GOLLADAY is reportedly a bit further off. The Giants are being cautious as Golladay recovers from a hamstring injury. Less

Source: New York Daily News


Giants WR Golladay dealing with bad hammy

New York Giants wide receiver KENNY GOLLADAY is reportedly dealing with a slight hamstring pull. Giants head coach Joe Judge said that he thought Golladay avoided the “worst-case scenario”, although thereMore is no timetable for his return. Golladay missed five games his rookie year due to a hamstring and he sat out 11 games last season due to hamstring and hip issues. Less

Source: New York Daily News


Giants WR Golladay off to slow start at camp

In his first training camp with the New York Giants, new wide receiver KENNY GOLLADAY has gotten off to a slow start. Golladay signed a four-year, $72 million contract during theMore offseason but he has yet to click with Giants quarterback DANIEL JONES. Golladay acknowledged that his first few days had some “ups and downs” while also adding that there is “a lotta ball left” since training camp has just started. Less

Source: New York Daily News

Ask the Experts: Which veterans who changed teams are you interested in?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: Which veteran who changed teams in the offseason are you most interested in seeing?   more »



Giants sign former Lions WR Golladay

The New York Football Giants signed free agent and former Detroit Lions wide receiver KENNY GOLLADAY to a four-year, $72 million contract late Saturday. The $18 million annual average is theMore highest for a wide receiver this year in free agency. Golladay, 27, led the NFL in 2019 with 11 touchdown receptions for the Lions. Amid great expectations for 2020, Golladay was a major disappointment – playing in only five games due to a hip flexor injury. Less

Source: New York Post

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