Two video games in with the New York Giants, Kenny Golladay isn’t on the identical web page with Daniel Jones. The Giants’ prized free agent acquisition vented his frustration with Jones on the sideline within the second half of New York’s loss to Washington, an incident Jones downplayed within the aftermath of the defeat.
“I feel he was pissed off with the scenario, however I do not assume it was to me or anybody particularly,” Jones mentioned. “We’re all good. I like Kenny, I assumed he performed arduous and did lots of good issues on the market.”
“He was simply pissed off. Pissed off with the scenario and we’ll be higher from it. I’ve acquired to do a greater job of discovering him in some locations and we’ll work by means of it.”
Golladay was focused eight occasions — the second most amongst Giants go catchers — however completed with simply three catches for 38 yards. This comes after an opener which Golladay completed with 4 catches for 64 yards, giving him simply seven receptions for 102 yards and no touchdowns after two video games.
“You actually need the receivers that need the ball, so we’ll preserve working by means of that,” Jones mentioned. “I feel there are many methods to speak and we’ll work by means of it. I feel there are lots of feelings to the sport and I actually perceive that. Me and Kenny have an awesome relationship and I do know we are able to talk and do what we have to do there. I respect his ardour and emotion.”
The Giants are going to want Golladay to stand up because the No. 1 receiver in the event that they want to rally from an 0-2 begin. Head coach Joe Decide mentioned he noticed Golladay and Jones hugging within the locker room, however had no data of the sideline dialogue.
No matter points Golladay had with Jones, the hatchet appears to be buried.
“He wasn’t exhibiting me up individually. It’s a part of the sport,” Jones mentioned. “He’s emotional, desires to win and all of us do. I respect that. We talked and the whole lot is sweet. Like I mentioned, me and Kenny have an awesome relationship and I am excited to get again to work.”