It was a disappointing 2021 for both the New York Giants offense and free agent signing Kenny Golladay. Now, in his second year with the club and in a new offensive scheme, the wide receiver, who has played at a respectable level in the past, is confident with what this offense can be.
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Even with a relatively quiet camp and some preseason mistakes, Golladay is looking forward to what lies ahead. “I’m excited to get going, to be honest. I feel everybody is pretty much back, healthy. We’ve got a lot of guys and some sparks that can help this offense.”
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The availability over 17 games is a priority for Golladay. Being consistently available is the first key for him to attempt to live up to the mega-contract he recently signed.
“I feel a lot better coming into this. As far as just the training staff, medical, coaches, they did it the right way to try to make sure everybody was on the field at all times, just so we can get all that chemistry and everything. Of course, some injuries you have no control over. I feel like Dabs and the rest of his staff have done a pretty good job.”Via Patricia Traina of SI
Lastly, Golladay did state his optimism on the Giants’ offense will be better. “I feel like the offense is going to be good in general. I’m not going to say I’m just a big part of the offense as far as, ‘if I’m not on the field, the offense won’t be that good'” expressing strong confidence in his teammates.