Awful news for Robinson, who finally had his breakout game (9-100 on 13 targets) on Sunday. The Giants' dwindling receiver room gets even more depleted, and maybe the team will have to employ Kenny Golladay against their best wishes. Darius Slayton has become the team's de facto WR1, and we'll see how the rest of the usage breaks down, but Daniel Jones is going to have to keep making things happen with his legs.
Per the article, if he never plays another down for the team — which is certainly possible, since he's nursing a hamstring injury while he sits at the bottom of the depth chart — they will have paid him approximately $1.03 million for every catch he made.
You know things are rough when people are writing entire exposes about how much of a disappointing signing you've been. Kenny Golladay can be safely dropped in all redraft formats, while dynasty managers are probably just stuck holding the bag until he lands on another team. Hopefully, that can ignite a spark in a player that hasn't been fantasy relevant since 2019.
The team returned from their bye week on Tuesday and Kenny Golladay was on the practice field. It’s the first time that Golladay has practiced since the Friday before their Week Four win over the Bears and Giants head coach Brian Daboll said that Golladay should play against the Texans this weekend.
Whether physical or behind-the-scenes issues are truly to blame here, this is beginning to feel like a lost season for Toney unless the team is able to fire up a trade in the next couple of weeks. The former first-round pick has exactly two receptions in 2022, coming off the heels of trade rumors throughout the offseason. Hopefully this will continue to leave the door open for Wan'Dale Robinson to become a true fantasy option.