Highlights from NY Giants OTAs, including Daniel Jones, Kenny Golladay

New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones (Image via The Record)
New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones (Image via The Record) /

Highlights as NY Giants quarterback Daniel Jones and wide receiver Kenny Golladay worked together for the first time, plus key takeaways from latest OTA practice

The NY Giants’ marquee addition, wide receiver Kenny Golladay, practiced for the first time Friday during the team’s voluntary OTA practice.

This was Golladay’s first opportunity to catch passes from third-year quarterback Daniel Jones, but seemed to be third on Jones’ target hierarchy to wide receiver Sterling Shepard and tight end Evan Engram.

NY Giants head coach Joe Judge is excited to see Golladay integrated into the Giants‘ passing game.

"“Everyone saw on tape this guy has been a physical player for years,” Judge said prior to Friday’s practice. “He’s made a lot of tough catches, a lot of big plays with the ball in his hand running. He brings a physical toughness; that’s something we saw on tape, and we plan on building into his strengths whatever we can do with our offense.”"

You can check out highlights from Golladay’s first practice, as well as other takeaways below:

Golladay averaged 45 receptions for 767 yards and five touchdowns through his first three-plus seasons with the Detroit Lions, prior to signing with the NY Giants back in March. New York is hoping that Golladay will jump-start Jones’ development.

The NY Giants begin a three-day mandatory minicamp Tuesday in East Rutherford, which is expected to be the first time that first-round pick, rookie wide receiver Kadarius Toney will take the field this offseason.

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