4 NY Giants players who must improve before the preseason arrives

New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay (Image via The Record)
New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay (Image via The Record) /
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New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay warms up on the field before the game at MetLife Stadium on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2021, in East Rutherford.Nyg Vs Atl /

This signing after what went down last season looks like a disaster, but all is not lost. To say Kenny Golladay underperformed in his first campaign with the Giants would be an understatement. Golladay was signed to a four-year deal worth $72 million.

The former Detroit receiver was a pretty darn good target during Matthew Stafford’s time as a Lion, leaving Motor city for the G-Men with two 1,000+ yards seasons and a Pro Bowl selection to his name. Despite the hype, Golladay struggled last year and he’s yet to really record some electric plays over at camp.

With a revamped offense also featuring dynamic receivers like Toney and Robinson, and a reworked offensive line, it is fair to have some optimism for the 28-year-old Golladay heading into 2022. However, it is important that Golladay has a strong rest of camp and manages to stay healthy.

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Jones and Golladay have got to strengthen their connection this offseason in what is a huge year for both. In Jones’ case, he is fighting for his future, whereas Golladay will be fighting to rebuild a fractured reputation. We need to see some big-time showings from Golladay over the next week before the matchup with the Patriots arrives.