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Giants’ general manager Joe Schoen stated there is a “good chance” the Giants may just outright cut Kenny Golladay.
Golladay played in 12 games last season, registering 81 receiving yards on six catches. The Giants have a chance to get out of the four year contract with only $6.8 million in dead cap. Even with a new landing spot, fantasy managers will need to see that Golladay can turn back to his pre-Giants form.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the New York Giants plan to release Kenny Golladay at the start of the league year, March 15.
By waiting until March 15, the Giants can save $6.7 million. Golladay’s experience in New York didn’t work out, never meshing well in the offense and ultimately finding himself inactive for games in 2022. In two seasons with the Giants, he finished with a combined 43 catches for 602 yards and one touchdown. Golladay, the former Lion, can now evaluate where he will go next.
Kenny Golladay is officially inactive for the Giants’ Week 13 matchup with Washington.
Golladay was expected to play per earlier reports, but it appears that his illness will cause the veteran to miss today’s game. Fantasy managers should expect Darius Slayton and Richie James, who are both active, to see the bulk of the targets against the Commanders.
Kenny Golladay is expected to play in Week 13 against the Commanders despite being listed as questionable with an illness.
Darius Slayton, who is also questionable with an illness, is also expected to play. Even if Richie James can't go with his knee injury, Golladay has seen just four targets over three games since he returned, and should not be relied on in any fantasy format. There are undoubtedly better options for fantasy managers desperate for a wide receiver.
Kenny Golladay (illness) has been added to the injury and is now questionable to play on Sunday.
Golladay being added to injury report Saturday is not a great sign for his availability Sunday. With Golladay, Richie James, and Darius Slayton all questionable to play Sunday, fantasy manager should expect Isaiah Hodgins and Marcus Johnson to see a bump in targets against Washington.
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