Giants to Trade Wide Receiver if Situation Does Not Improve

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the New York Giants could look to trade wide receiver Kenny Golladay if the current situation does not improve. 
Golladay is currently in the middle of a four-year, $72-million contract, so it might be pretty hard to move him unless the Giants retain a big part of the deal. 

Relations between Golladay and the Giants have soured recently, highlighted by the two snaps that the wide receiver played in Week 2 against the Carolina Panthers. Following the game, Golladay reportedly cleaned out his locker and was gone before reporters even entered the room. 

When asked about the situation, coach Brian Daboll said, ''It's a continual competition at receiver. We are just going to keep rolling guys and play the best guys we think are going to give us the best chance - and the other guys have to be ready to go as backups.''

Richie James and David Sills appear to be the players stealing that role from Kenny Golladay, leading to increased frustration from the twenty-eight-year-old. 

Now, however, ESPN's Jordan Ranaan believes Kenny Golladay could see a ''slightly increased role'' in Week 3. 
That could mean very little though, as Golladay has just two receptions for 22 yards on two targets through the first two weeks of the 2022 season. The situation is worth monitoring moving forward.

The New York Giants (2-0) play host to the Dallas Cowboys (1-1) on Monday Night Football in Week 3. 
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