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LANDOVER, Md. TERMS, Y. Kenny Golladay used to be a big-money diva wide receiver with exactly two games with the Giants to act like he would if tense swoops.
Golladay embarrassed himself during Thursday nights epic collapse at Washington a 30-29 Giants loss by screaming at Daniel Jones on the sideline late in the game, for at least 10 seconds. This is a horrible look for Golladay showing up as the starting quarterback.
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As Jones sat on the bench, Golladay berating Jones and gesturing intensely with his arms as he walked on a bench. Jones looked at Golladay for a moment and said something, though it seemed not as emotionally as Golatag was speaking. What Jones said is not clear.
Jones told reporters after the game that part of Golladays frustration stemmed from his failure to get enough ball. Golladay was targeted eight times Thursday (second-most on the Giants) and had three catches for 38 yards.
Jones said, "Yeah, I think thats part of that." You certainly want the receivers who want a ball. Well continue working through that.
Maybe that's the case. But this is a bad, early sign for the Giants chemistry and for Golladays fit with the coachd supposedly disciplined team - particularly since they are 0-2 for nine seasons.
Jones said that Golladay didn't show me individually. This is a part of the game. He's emotional and wants to win. And we all do that. I respect him.
The Giants gave a lucrative contract for Golladay this past offseason, hoping that he could become Jones' no. 1 receiver. He's still going to be. But these sorts of antics will not help.
Golladay has no touchdowns through two games. He was tipped six times in the week 1 loss to the Broncos, and had four catches for 64 yards.
The Giants didn't make Golladay available to reporters after Thursday's game.
Jones did not speak as he normally does and tried to downplay Golladays histrionics.
Jones said that he was frustrated by the situation. All of us are good. I like Kenny.
Jones asked what he meant by the situation, saying, Just plays. I need to find him in places.
Jones didn't specify what he said back to Golladay on the sideline. Jones said that after the game he spoke with Golladay in the locker room.
Jones said that "we talked, and everything was good," Jones told me. Me and Kenny have a very good relationship.
Lobbying for more targets is a thing. But is Jones on the wrong side with a teammate demanding the ball so loudly and visiblely on sideline? Jones talked about this question around that question.
Jones said that there are lots of ways to communicate and well work through it. The game contains a lot of emotions, and I certainly understand that. I know we can communicate and do what we need to do there. I appreciate her passion and love.
Unlike other players, the Giants receiver, Golden Tate, caught a lot of heat last season for looking into... and then at the sideline, if he questioned the telegraphy and demanding more goals in Tate, a disappointing big-money signing, was cut this offseason.
Tate was left home last year from the Washington trip due to his actions. The judge benched her. It is unclear whether Golladay is going to be punished for screaming at Jones.
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Golladay is considered a more mild-mannered player than Tate, so the outburst on Thursday night came as surprisingly surprise.
Giants receiver Sterling Shepard said Golladay was upset with the flow of the game.
Shepard said that he needed big plays, and a lot of him was sceptical about the situation. This game is what happens in that game. Your emotions have absorbed. We all love each other.
After the game, Judge claimed that he wasn't aware of Golladay's antics.
He said that he saw the guys hugging in the locker room a second ago. That's the first time I heard of it.
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