WR - NYG
Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports former Lions WR Kenny Golladay has chosen the New York Giants.
Rapoport adds that it's a four-year deal worth $72 million, which includes $40 million guaranteed. The move gives Daniel Jones a true No. 1 wideout, although it's debatable how good this is for Golladay's fantasy value. New York apparently received all the answers they were looking for during their meeting with the star wideout on Friday.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports the Baltimore Ravens have reached out to Kenny Golladay's agent.
Golladay has now been linked to the Giants, Bears, and Bengals. His market has been slow to develop but with all the recent reports on him, one would expect the star wide receiver to sign shortly.
Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting that WR Kenny Golladay visited with the Bears on Wednesday.
Golladay met with Bears GM Ryan Pace and HC Matt Nagy Wednesday night. The Bears used their franchise tag on Allen Robinson, who reportedly has no intentions of signing it. Golladay is looking for a long-term deal and scheduled to visit the Giants on Thursday. The 27-year-old WR missed 11 games in 2020 due to a nagging hip injury, but is expected to be all systems go by training camp. Golladay will continue to test the free agent market. Stay tuned.
ESPN's Dianna Russini reports free agent wide receiver Kenny Golladay has an offer from the Cincinnati Bengals.
Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated adds that it's a one-year "prove it" offer. It was also reported earlier Wednesday that Golladay and the Giants have mutual interest in a deal. The star receiver's market didn't develop at the start of free agency, but it's looking like a deal will get done in the near future. Stay tuned.
Free agent and former Lions star WR Kenny Golladay and the New York Giants have been in talks and share a mutual interest. Golladay will visit the team prior to signing any deal.
The Giants have always been thought of as a suitor for Golladay, and it sounds like the star wide receiver has mutual interest in joining them. He’ll visit with the team prior to signing a contract, according to sources. Golladay would give the Giants a true WR1 and allow Darius Slayton to operate as the WR2 with Sterling Shepard manning the slot. This would be a big time upgrade for the offense as a whole, and could propel Daniel Jones into the low-end QB1 conversation.
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