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New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay (ribs) was moving gingerly during individual drills on Wednesday and went to a side field to work with trainers. He was officially listed as a non-practice participant. The Giants receivers are pretty much all injured, which is nothing new for 2021. Rookie Kadarius Toney (oblique, quadriceps) missed another practice, and Sterling Shepard (quadriceps) hasn't played since Week 8. If quarterback Mike Glennon is able to return from his concussion with Daniel Jones (neck) likely out, he might not have many good options to throw the ball to. This entire Giants offense is stuck in the mud, and their injury situation hasn't helped. Golladay had three catches for 37 yards before leaving the game last Sunday. Darius Slayton is one of the only healthy Giants receivers.
New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay (ribs) exited Sunday's 20-9 loss to the Miami Dolphins briefly with a rib injury. He returned to the game, and x-rays after the contest showed no cracked ribs. It's unclear if he will miss any additional time and is considered day-to-day. The 28-year-old caught three of five targets for 37 yards in the Week 13 loss. The former Detroit Lion has yet to find the end zone this season and failed to top 50 yards in three of his last four games. Golladay has had a frustrating first season for the Giants, catching 26 passes for 409 yards over eight games. The Giants' offense continues to flounder in 2021, and Golladay will look to bounce back against the Chargers in Week 14.
Updating a previous report, New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay (ribs) is back in the team's Week 13 meeting with the Dolphins. He had three catches for 37 yards in the first half before exiting. The Giants are low on available receivers with both Sterling Shepard (quadriceps) and rookie Kadarius Toney (oblique, quadriceps) out, so getting Golladay back in the game is big for this offense.
New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay (ribs) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins. He has three catches for 37 yards. Already low on receiving options, the Giants would likely need to rely on Darius Slayton and Pharoh Cooper if Golladay can't return. More targets for backup tight end Kyle Rudolph could happen as well.
New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay has yet to find the end zone and will look to score his first touchdown of the season against the Miami Dolphins in Week 13. He's been a disappointment for fantasy managers in 2021, catching 23 passes for 372 yards over eight games. Golladay will have a tough matchup this Sunday and is expected to be shadowed by standout corner Xavien Howard. The Dolphins have been tough on WR1s this year and rank eighth in DVOA against the opponent's top targets. Golladay could be without starting QB Daniel Jones (neck) as he's considered questionable for Sunday's game. Even with Jones, the former Detroit Lion is a boom-or-bust flex in Week 13.
New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay caught three of seven targets for 50 yards in Sunday's 13-7 win over the Philadelphia Eagles. He led the team in targets and receiving yards despite being shadowed by standout Eagles corner Darius Slay. The 28-year-old has had a disappointing first year with the Giants, catching 23 passes for 372 yards over eight games. He has yet to find the end zone with his new team this season. Golladay will look to rebound and score his first touchdown in 2021 when the Giants face the Miami Dolphins next Sunday. The former Detroit Lion is a boom-or-bust flex against a surging Dolphins defense in Week 13.
New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay may have more chances for production in Week 12. After the recent firing of Jason Garrett, the team will turn to Freddie Kitchens to serve as the interim offensive coordinator. With the change, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that the team would be more aggressive on the offensive end, including Golladay receiving more targets inside the red zone. Nonetheless, with injuries to Sterling Shepard (quadriceps) and Kadarius Toney (quadriceps), the veteran was already projected to see an uptick in targets from Daniel Jones. Yet, after the latest update, Golladay's fantasy outlook against the Eagles is more favorable.
New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay has had a forgettable season in 2021. He's caught 20 passes for 322 yards and has yet to find the end zone. The 28-year-old is averaging 4.0 YAC per reception and 15% of the team's target share, ranked 61st among all wideouts this season. Golladay will try to turn things around against a Philadelphia Eagles defense that ranks 26th in DVOA against wide receivers on the year. The Giants will be without wide receivers Sterling Shepard (quad) and most likely Kadarius Toney (quad) for Sunday's game. Golladay should see an uptick in targets while both receivers are sidelined. The former Detroit Lion hasn't produced in fantasy this year and can't be trusted as anything more than a boom-or-bust flex option in Week 12.
New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay caught one of his two targets for 12 yards in Monday's 30-10 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Giants offense as a whole sputtered, and "Kenny G" was targeted just twice in the Week 11 loss. He's been targeted just five times over his last two contests. Golladay signed a massive contract with the Giants this offseason and has yet to produce this season. The 28-year-old has caught 20 passes for 322 yards and yet to find the end zone over seven games in 2021. Golladay will look to rebound against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 12.
New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay (knee) ended a three-game absence by returning in Week 9 and catching two of three targets for 28 yards before last week's bye. The time off apparently did Golladay well, and although he's been a disappointment (just one 100-yard game) in six games played in his first season in New York, he will have an opportunity to impress on Monday night against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Tampa's secondary has been beat up all season long and just lost cornerback Richard Sherman (calf) to Injured Reserve. The Giants offense may be getting a healthy Saquon Barkley (ankle) back as well, so Golladay has some upside this week as a WR3/flex, especially if Sterling Shepard (quadriceps) is out.
New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay (knee) caught both of his targets for 28 yards in Sunday's 23-16 win over the Las Vegas Raiders. The 28-year-old returned to action on Sunday after missing the last three weeks with a knee injury. The Giants relied heavily on the run (logged 31 rushing attempts) as QB Daniel Jones threw for only 110 yards in Sunday's victory. Golladay has yet to find the end zone and has hauled in 19-of-31 targets for 310 yards over five games in 2021. The Giants have a bye in Week 10, and Golladay is considered a WR3 rest of the season if he can stay healthy.
New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay (knee) is officially active for the Week 9 game against the Las Vegas Raiders. Golladay hasn't played since hyperextending his knee in Week 5 against the Dallas Cowboys on Oct. 10, so fantasy managers aren't crazy if they are hesitant to use him as a WR3/flex this weekend. Receivers Sterling Shepard (quadriceps) and Dante Pettis (shoulder), who landed on Injured Reserve, will both be out. It means that Golladay and rookie Kadarius Toney (thumb) should be peppered often with targets from quarterback Daniel Jones against the Raiders. Darius Slayton could also have an elevated role if Golladay's snaps are limited in his first game back.
New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay (knee) had a "good week of practice and is expected to play" against the Raiders on Sunday, per Jordan Raanan of ESPN. Golladay hasn't suited up since Week 5 when he was unable to haul in any of his three targets. The 28-year-old has totaled just 17 catches for 282 yards but could be in line for a steady workload with Sterling Shepard and Saquon Barkley both inactive on Sunday. Fantasy managers should treat him as a low-end WR3 versus Las Vegas.
New York Giants wide receivers Kenny Golladay (knee) and John Ross (quadriceps), who are both listed as questionable for Week 9 against the Las Vegas Raiders, are expected to play on Sunday as long as they don't suffer a setback during pre-game workouts. Golladay has been out since hyperextending his knee in Week 5, but he's on track to return with Sterling Shepard (quadriceps) out and Dante Pettis (shoulder) on Injured Reserve. If Golladay can get past pre-game workouts unscathed, he should serve as one of quarterback Daniel Jones' top targets alongside rookie Kadarius Toney is he plays a full complement of offensive snaps. The 28-year-old is still looking for his first touchdown with the Giants and will be a shaky WR3/flex if he returns.
New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay (knee) is listed as questionable to play in the Week 9 game against the Las Vegas Raiders. Golladay finally returned to practice this week after being out since suffering a hyperextended knee in Week 5. There's no guarantee he returns this weekend, but the Giants could use him with Dante Pettis (shoulder) on Injured Reserve and Sterling Shepard (quadriceps) already ruled out as well. Golladay has one 100-yard game in his five games played so far this season, but he has yet to find the end zone and will be a shaky WR3/flex if he makes it back for the first time since Week 5. If he cannot go, expect to see more of rookie Kadarius Toney and Darius Slayton in the Giants passing attack.
New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay (knee) practiced for the first time on Thursday in nearly a month since suffering a hyperextended knee in Week 5. It was only a limited session for Golladay on Thursday, but it's major progress for the 28-year-old, and he could have a chance at returning this Sunday against the Las Vegas Raiders. Sterling Shepard (quadriceps) hasn't practiced this week and is expected to miss some time, and Dante Pettis (shoulder) is also dealing with an injury that could keep him out this weekend, so Golladay's return would be well-timed. If he's back this weekend, he and rookie Kadarius Toney (thumb) figure to be the top two receivers. Golladay does have a 100-yard game back in Week 4, but he has yet to find the end zone in his first year in Detroit and would be a shaky WR3/flex for fantasy managers in his return.
New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay (knee) officially missed the team's practice session on Wednesday. Golladay was on the field stretching with his teammates before the walkthrough, but he didn't actually get any work in. The 28-year-old has been a huge bust in his first season with New York and hasn't been able to play since hyperextending his right knee in Week 5. With their bye coming in Week 10, there's a good chance that Golladay will be held out for his fourth straight contest. Sterling Shepard (quadriceps) is set to miss more time, and Dante Pettis (shoulder) was also injured on Monday night, so rookie Kadarius Toney (thumb) and Darius Slayton could be the team's top two wideouts this Sunday against the Las Vegas Raiders.
New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay (knee) was seen stretching with the team prior to their walkthrough practice on Wednesday. Head coach Joe Judge isn't ruling Golladay out for Week 9 against the Las Vegas Raiders, but he also wouldn't say how close he is to returning. The Giants could really use the 28-year-old back after Sterling Shepard (quadriceps) and Dante Pettis (shoulder) suffered injuries in the Monday night loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Golladay has missed the last three games and has been a huge disappointment in his first year with the G-Men. But if he does return this weekend and isn't limited, he should be one of quarterback Daniel Jones' top targets with Shepard expected to miss some time.
New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley (ankle) and wide receiver Kenny Golladay (knee) have been ruled out for the Monday night game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Barkley hasn't played since suffering a low ankle sprain in Week 5, while Golladay has been sidelined since Week 5 as well with a hyperextended knee. Both players have turned into big fantasy busts in 2021, especially Barkley. Devontae Booker will continue to lead the Giants backfield, with Elijhaa Penny serving in a change-of-pace role. Booker will have RB2/3 utility for another week with Barkley out. Receivers Sterling Shepard (hamstring) and Kadarius Toney (ankle) are both questionable, but are expected to play and could see heavy target loads in a game that the Giants could be trailing throughout.
New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley (ankle) and wide receiver Kenny Golladay (knee) missed a second straight day of practice on Friday, which isn't a good sign for their availability on Monday night against the Kansas City Chiefs. Barkley and Golladay still have Saturday, but as of right now, their fantasy managers shouldn't feel confident with them in their starting lineups for Week 8. If Barkley misses his third straight game, Devontae Booker will continue to serve as the Giants primary running back, giving him RB2/3 appeal for another week. Rookie Kadarius Toney (ankle) appears to be on track to return after missing the Week 7 contest, and both he and Sterling Shepard could be in for heavy workloads in a game where the Chiefs could be leading by multiple scores for most of the game.
New York Giants head coach Joe Judge said that wide receivers Kenny Golladay (knee) and Kadarius Toney (ankle) are making "good progress" and that he's "pretty optimistic" about them heading into Week 8 against the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night. Judge stopped short of commenting about their availability on Monday, but he's optimistic that they'll practice on Friday after sitting out on Thursday. Both wideouts are likely headed for questionable tags this week, which will make them extremely risky fantasy options with the game being on Monday. The Giants should have to pass plenty against KC, so Sterling Shepard (hamstring), if active, could be heavily targeted. If Golladay and Toney miss another game, Dante Pettis and tight end Evan Engram should continue to play a bigger role in the offense.
New York Giants wide receivers Kenny Golladay (knee) and Kadarius Toney (ankle) remain out of practice on Thursday and only did work off to the side with trainers. Golladay hasn't played since Week 5 and has been a bust in his first season with the G-Men, catching 17 of 29 targets for 282 yards and no touchdowns in his five games played. Toney aggravated his ankle issue in Week 6 and didn't play last week. He should return to a decent-sized role after catching 10 of 13 targets for 189 yards in Week 5, but with the team's Week 8 game coming on Monday night against the Kansas City Chiefs, both Golladay and Toney will be dicey fantasy options if they wind up as questionable to play. Sterling Shepard (hamstring) could return after missing last week, and he and tight end Evan Engram could be the team's top targets if Golladay and Toney miss another game.
New York Giants wide receivers Kenny Golladay (knee) and Kadarius Toney (ankle) have both been ruled out for the Week 7 game against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. Golladay will be missing his second straight game after hyperextending his knee in Week 5. Toney aggravated his ankle issue last week. The Giants offense is a walking MASH unit right now, with receivers Sterling Shepard (hamstring), Darius Slayton (hamstring) and John Ross (hamstring), and tight end Evan Engram (calf) all questionable to play. Dante Pettis, who caught five of 11 targets for 48 yards last week, could be one of the team's top targets against the Panthers. Depending on who is actually active, Collin Johnson could also have an expanded role on Sunday.
New York Giants wide receivers Kenny Golladay (knee) and Kadarius Toney (ankle) missed practice for the second straight day on Thursday, and neither receiver is expected to play in Week 7 against the Carolina Panthers. Golladay hyperextended his knee in Week 5 and also sat out last weekend. Toney aggravated a pre-existing ankle injury early in the Week 6 loss to the Los Angeles Rams and was ruled out for the rest of the game. Sterling Shepard led the team with 10 catches on 14 targets for 76 yards, while Dante Pettis stepped up to handle five receptions on 11 targets for 48 yards. Pettis and Collin Johnson should once again have bigger roles, but Darius Slayton (hamstring) could also be returning from a three-week absence.
New York Giants wide receivers Kenny Golladay (knee) and Kadarius Toney (ankle) will work with trainers on Wednesday instead of practicing. Golladay hyperextended his knee in Week 5 and didn't play in Week 6, while Toney aggravated an existing ankle injury last Sunday and was ruled out early in the game. There's a good chance that neither wideout plays in Week 7 against the Carolina Panthers, which will leave New York's pass-catching group extremely thin behind Sterling Shepard. The good news is that Darius Slayton (hamstring) returned to practice on Wednesday after missing the last three games. If you roster Golladay or Toney, make other plans at the position for this weekend.
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