Kenny Golladay, who did not speak to reporters following Sunday’s game, had more to say on Wednesday.
He didn’t agree or like that the Giants wide receiver only played two snaps in the win over the Carolina Panthers.
“No matter what, I have to play,” Goldey told reporters. “This is a fact.”
Coach Brian Daboll told Goldayne before Sunday’s game that he would go with David Sills as the primary receiver. Sills played a position-leading 92 percent of Sunday’s snaps, building on 27 in Week 1. Golladay, meanwhile, played a position-leading 46 in the season opener, but only two receptions for 22 yards. In Week 2, his playing time was significantly reduced. why? Daboll said it’s simply a week-to-week situation at wide receiver.
“It’s a constant competition at receiver,” Daboll said Sunday. “Since when did I say that? I’m not stupid, I’m talking from the middle of the camp, right? It hasn’t changed. It will be a continuous competition,” he said.
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The coach praised Gollain for handling the decision “like a professional”. Speaking to members of the media on Wednesday, Goldey kept most of the details of his conversations with Daboll to himself.