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New York Giants wideout Kenny Golladay was dismissed for the rest of Sunday’s match versus the Dallas Cowboys with a knee injury, per the group.
The 27- year-old was the crown gem of the Giants’ offseason, signing a four-year, $72 million offer. They brought him aboard to be the leading receiving choice on an appealing offense that likewise consists of super star running back Saquon Barkley and pass-catchers Darius Slayton and Evan Engram.
When healthy, Golladay has actually been an efficient gamer and set profession highs in getting lawns (1,190) and goals (11) in the 2019 season with the Detroit Lions. Hamstring and hip injuries restricted him to simply 5 video games in 2020.
Injuries ended up being an issue at training school too when the Northern Illinois item left the group’s very first cushioned practice with a modified hamstring. That cost him a long time throughout training school however didn’t lead to him missing out on at any time throughout the routine season.
The Giants need to be rather worried, though, that their reward addition is currently having many injury obstacles. In a wide-open NFC East, the Giants have a genuine shot of winning their very first divisional title considering that the 2011 season. Those goals will be much more difficult to accomplish with Golladay sidelined.
The Giants are currently exceptionally thin at wideout, with Darius Slayton and Sterling Shepard missing out on Sunday’s contest due to injuries. Quarterback Daniel Jones was likewise eliminated for the rest of the video game with a concussion, leaving Mike Glennon to novice Kadarius Toney as the group’s leading connection in the death video game.