Giants Wide Receiver Expects To Be 'Ready To Go For Week 1'

Kararius Toney is considered one of the most promising wide receivers in the entire NFL, and even after appearing in just 10 games a year ago, he put up 420 yards, but with improved chemistry with QB Daniel Jones and a full off-season, it's expected that he'll take a good leap in 2022. Despite his smaller stature, Toney has all the footwork, athleticism, physicality and hands to be a star in the NFL, and it's understandably got Giants fans excited about his future in New York.

After struggling with injury during his rookie year, Toney has been dealing with knee and hamstring issues thus far in 2022, but after holding him out of some practices and the pre-season finale against the Jets, the Giants are becoming more optimistic about his chances of playing Week 1.

Today, Toney himself confirmed that he'll be ready for Week 1, and with the injuries to the likes of Shane Lemieux, Azeez Ojulari and first round pick Kayvon Thibodeaux, this is great news for the New York Giants. Their opener is still 10-days away, so there's plenty of time for Toney to continue getting ready before the Giants play the Tennessee Titans, and if he can be ready like he expects, it will give this offence, with a healthy Saquon Barkley yet another weapon.

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