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Giants WR Kenny Golladay listed as questionable for Week 3

We break down the news that Kenny Golladay is questionable with a hip injury.

New York Giants v Washington Football Team
Kenny Golladay of the New York Giants celebrates a first down during the first quarter against the Washington Football Team at FedExField on September 16, 2021 in Landover, Maryland.
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Friday update: Golladay is listed as questionable for their matchup with the Falcons, per the injury report. He increased his workload at practice on Friday, so there is a chance he suits up.

Thursday update: Kenny Golladay “wasn’t going much” at practice for the media portion, per Art Stapleton. We’ll see what the injury report says, but he’ll likely continue to be labeled as limited. Friday’s practice will be key for his availability Sunday.

New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay was limited in practice due to a hip injury, according to the team’s injury report. Golladay has struggled to live up to his massive price tag as a free agent signing for the Giants, recording just seven catches for 102 yards through two games. He also had an outburst directed at Giants offensive coordinator Jason Garrett in the team’s Week 2 loss, a potential sign of trouble for the organization.

Fantasy football implications

Golladay has not been good for the Giants so far. He’s been overtaken by Sterling Shepard and Darius Slayton in the receiver group, despite being signed to be the team’s No. 1 receiver. The Falcons offer a chance for every player on the team to have a big week, so Golladay is worth playing if he’s healthy. However, his upside is limited due to Shepard and Slayton playing well early in this season.