Report: Kenny Golladay is expected to visit with Giants

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Wide receiver Kenny Golladay is the top player on PFT’s list of available free agents, which is something of a surprise given the market that many expected Golladay to generate as a free agent.

Golladay’s wait to find a home for the 2021 season may not last much longer, however. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the Giants have been talking to the wideout are expected to have Golladay in for a visit.

Free agent visits were not allowed last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Players may visit with teams this year as long as they pass a rapid PCR test before entering the facility.

Players can also take physicals and that may be part of Golladay’s visit. He was limited to five games last season by hamstring and hip injuries, so a clean bill of health could help Golladay land a deal.

Given the slow-developing market for Golladay and many other receivers, it will be interesting to see what kind of contract he lands and whether he opts for a one-year deal in hopes of reminding teams what he can do when healthy.

11 responses to “Report: Kenny Golladay is expected to visit with Giants

  1. Why would he sign there? They have a mediocre QB, and RB coming off a major injury who may or may not regain his prior form, a TE who made the “Pro Bowl” while being unreliable, and an Offensive line that employs five turnstiles.

  2. If the Giants do wind up getting him with the little money they have to spend then it would seem that the market for Golladay was greatly overrated.

  3. bombaclaudie2021 says:
    March 17, 2021 at 8:30 pm
    Do the Giants have enough cap room?
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    If you’ve followed this offseason closely, you’ll find that “cap” is just an illusion.

  4. This guy absolutely killed his stock faking an injury and refusing to play last year. He assumed nobody would hold it against him since it was Patricia, but it looks like it’s back firing on him big time. Bloom where you’re planted!

  5. Worst separation of all Nfl receivers and missed 11 games when he was week to week. Notice that even at the reduced price the lions aren’t interested

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