The New York GiantsThe Kenny Goladay TV series appears to be just getting started, with questions and speculation still emerging.
Golladay, in the second year of a four-year contract worth $72 million, only played twice on Sunday against Carolina Panthers. Pro Football Network On Tuesday she stated that “I don’t think he can help them at the moment” and that head coach Brian Dabol was Facetiming with free receivers at the dealer level.
PFN’s Aaron Wilson wrote:
The Giants are running merit, according to the league source. Nothing is promised to any player, especially the remaining players from the Dave Gettleman-Joe Judge era.
Under new coach Brian Daboll and general manager Joe Schoen, they are simply trying to play the players they feel give the team the best chance of winning right now. Their actions speak volumes for Guldai. They don’t think he can help them now. Hence, why not play more.
“It’s a bad contract, and they inherited Kenny,” said a league source. “Brian and Joe are not just going to play a guy because he makes a lot of money. He’s not their guy. They’re playing their guys. That’s what it is.”
This is it Like what I wrote on Mondaywhen I said the Giants “simply walk by what they see and play the players who do the best jobs.” I also wrote on Monday that since Daboll and GM Joe Schoen weren’t responsible for bringing Golladay to the Giants, they don’t face the pressure of having to justify his contract, Or prove that they were right to bring him to the team.
Giants defensive back Julian Loew admitted on Tuesday on WFAN it Golday’s situation is “strange”.
“It’s a tough situation. (Brian Daboll), as soon as he got into the building he said we’re going to work on a week to week basis – kind of like what can you bring to the table every week?” said Love. “In terms of roles, I’ve been lining up at fullback most of this week, so the number of inside full-backs has gone down drastically. Nothing’s wrong, it’s just how it goes. That’s the situation in attack too, they saw something in Sales, and he had some Good plays in the game. It’s going to fluctuate, so we’ll see how this week goes in terms of Kenny.
“But he’s locked up. He’s ready. His locker is next to my locker room. He’s just going about his business, he’s early, he’s late like the rest of us. We’ll see how that changes. It’s definitely a strange situation, but [Daboll] He sticks to his word and is looking for the best matches and the best opportunities to come on Sunday.”
As I also wrote on Monday, PFN indicated that there is no problem with Golladay’s position, and that his lack of availability after the match to the media on Sunday night is not a concern.
“Not talking to the media, that’s the main reason why he wasn’t there after the match,” a source said. “Like a lot of guys, they get dressed fast and get out there. It’s nothing new. A lot of guys do it even if they play a good game. It’s not really a big priority for them.”
About FaceTime sessions
For what it’s worth, FaceTiming is one of Daboll’s favorite things to do.
With that said, if the Giants are really looking for ample reception assistance, there isn’t much of it.
The big fish out there is Odell Beckham Jr. And I’m going to go out on a limb and say that the chances of Beckham returning to the Giants are slim and non-existent, leaning heavily toward nothing.
Beckham has suffered three serious injuries in his career, a broken ankle in 2016 with the Giants and two ruptured ACLs. He is 29 years old. He sees mortal football. The Giants might be 2-0, but you’re fooling yourself if you think the Giants are a team capable of making a deep playoff. First of all, why would Beckham go to any team that has no legitimate chance of winning in 2023 Energy?
There are countless reasons why the Giants will never reunite with Beckham. Here is a couple.
- money. The Giants have $5.159 million in cover space now, per Over The Cap. Does anyone think Beckham plays with a contract at or near the bottom line? Me, no.
- Giants are building. This is really the same reason I mentioned above as to why Beckham didn’t come to New York. The Giants are not a single playmaker away. They are building. Why would they sign Beckham, who probably wouldn’t be part of the long-term answer?
- culture. This is not a blow to Beckham. That’s just to admit it’s New York, Beckham is Beckham, and because of those two things he was going to bring a media-driven circus into the Giants’ locker room. While they’re trying to build something sustainable, why would Joe Shuen hand that over to his first-year coach? I can’t believe he will.
So, who could Daboll FaceTiming be?
Cole Beasley, Dallas Cowboy and Buffalo Bill, just signed with Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Perhaps the best wide receiver available is Will Fuller, formerly of Houston Texas. Adam Humphreys (320 receptions in seven seasons) Free agent. long time Indianapolis Colts There’s a wide receiver TY Hilton, though he only knows if he wants to play – or if the Colts are the only team he’ll return to. John Brown had a 1,00-yard season for Daboll with the Bills in 2019.
Other players who have played for Giants wide reception coach Mike Groh in the past are Greg Ward and Isaiah Ford.
Or, the Giants can wait for a rookie Wan’Dale Robinson to get healthy, and if Kadarius Toney continues to struggle to stay on the court, give Darius Slayton a full shot.