Report: Kadarius Toney had knee scope

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Giants wide receiver Kadarius Toney was in a red jersey at this week’s OTA practice that was open to the media and it appears that a knee issue is the reason why he’s not participating fully.

Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports that Toney had arthroscopic surgery on his knee. It is not considered to be a major injury and Toney is expected to be fine by training camp.

Toney was the Giants’ first-round pick last year, but got off to a delayed start as he dealt with contract and foot issues in the spring. He contracted COVID just before training camp and showed flashes of the playmaking ability that led the team to select him so early before injuries shut him down again.

Toney did not report to the first days of the offseason program, which led to chatter about the team listening to trade offers but that has died down with Toney in attendance at the team’s facility the last few weeks.

4 responses to “Report: Kadarius Toney had knee scope

  1. In 2021, the Lions starting left tackle was Taylor Decker. He only played 9 games last year. Despite that limited time, he STILL had more receiving TDs on the season than Toney and Golladay had…COMBINED.

  2. primalnumber says:
    May 21, 2022 at 2:25 pm
    In 2021, the Lions starting left tackle was Taylor Decker. He only played 9 games last year. Despite that limited time, he STILL had more receiving TDs on the season than Toney and Golladay had…COMBINED.

    So what? What are you implying that they’re busts? How about the GIANTS get them a QB to throw to them and maybe they’ll catch more TDs. You act as if Mahomes was throwing them the football and they didn’t produce.

  3. primalnumber says:
    May 21, 2022 at 2:25 pm
    In 2021, the Lions starting left tackle was Taylor Decker. He only played 9 games last year. Despite that limited time, he STILL had more receiving TDs on the season than Toney and Golladay had…COMBINED

    Yeah but he only tied the Giants left tackle in TDs.

  4. I’m getting a real John Ross feeling about this dude. He’s got an attitude and now he’s hurt. He wasn’t worthy of a first round tag to begin with. The TE on the Florida squad is why Toney was even recognized. He should’ve been a 3rd or 4th round pick. You can’t teach competitive drive.

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