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New York Giants pass receiver Kadarius Toney was ejected from Sunday’s video game versus the Dallas Cowboys after tossing a punch at Cowboys security Damonte Kazee.
Toney was pushed to the ground after making a catch and after that tossed the punch at Kazee in retaliation.
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Prior to his ejection, Toney was having the very best video game of his novice season with 10 captures for 189 backyards. After losing receiver Kenny Golladay and running back Saquon Barkley to injuries early in the video game, the Giants chose to feed Toney, and he provided in a huge method.
New York was likewise without receivers Sterling Shepard and Darius Slayton, who were non-active versus Dallas due to hamstring injuries.
Entering Sunday’s video game, Toney tape-recorded 10 captures for 92 backyards on 14 targets in through 4 video games this season. He was not targeted and tape-recorded no statistics after playing simply 19 snaps in the Giants’ Week 2 loss to the Washington Football Team. His previous finest video game can be found in the Week 4 win over the New Orleans Saints as he signed up 6 catches for 78 backyards.
Toney had the very best season of his college profession as a senior with 70 receptions for 984 backyards and 10 goals, leading the Giants to prepare him out of Florida with the 20 th general choice. He missed out on time at the start of training school after being put on the COVID-19 list.
It stays to be seen if Toney will deal with any discipline for his actions on Sunday. If he were to miss out on time, it would leave the Giants exceptionally thin at the receiver position after all of the injuries today.