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Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Kenny Golladay‘s visit with the Giants concluded on Friday without a deal.

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According to Rapoport, the Giants are still interested in a deal with Golladay and the plan is for them to remain in contact.

Mike Garafolo adds that Golladay will remain in the area overnight.

The Bears are still in the mix to sign Golladay, according to Albert Breer, which complicates the situation to some degree. Chicago hosted Golladay for a visit a few days ago and would like to pair him with Allen Robinson

The Bengals reportedly have an offer out to Golladay and the Ravens have inquired about him.

Mike Florio reports that Golladay is looking for a contract with a value in the range of $18.5 million per year.

It’s possible Golladay takes a one-year deal and tries again for a major deal in 2022. 

Golladay, 27, is a former third-round pick of the Lions back in 2017. He played out the final year of his four-year, $3.19 million contract and made a base salary of $750,000 for the 2020 season.

Golladay is testing the open market as an unrestricted free agent for the first time in his career. 

In 2020, Golladay appeared in five games for the Lions and caught 20 passes for 338 yards receiving and two touchdowns.

We have him included in our Top 100 Available 2021 Free Agents list.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Gettledoof and Co. most likely tried to low-ball team Golladay as usual. Golladay should go with the Bengals for the big $$$$$. Bengals’ OC Callahan was with Golladay in Detroit. Plus! Which QB would you want throwing to you on Sundays? Joe Burrow or DanEli “HeeHaw” Jones. Remember folks the NFL is the new political soap box. And socialist minions Mara and Co.are content with fielding a loser every year. While draining the fans wallets for tickets, concessions, jerseys and everything-in-between. See the GMEN tv commercials soliciting viewers to purchase $100 gameday seats. And charging full price for preseason seats as well. Remember Mara’s 4 year old chair throwing rant, “LOSING IS UNACCEPTABLE”? Now losing is just the norm in NYG-Town.

    • A dynamic duo of Robinson & Golladay would make for some fun on Sundays in BearVille. But!!!!! If I were Golladay and playing on 1yr. flier. I’m taking my talents to Cincy. The OC knows KG all to well and barring injury would have a Pro Bowl season with Burrow chucking the pigskin. Plus! The Bears already have an inside-out duo in Robinson and Mooney. Draft RB Etienne and the Bears will be pretty explosive.

      • The DREAM…Galloway and Robinson on the outside with Mooney playing the slot running a go route right down the middle…A man can only dream…Then I wake up and realize the bears signed another less than average to average QB. Do the same thing over and over and expecting different results is the definition of INSANITY. Why would Galloway come to the Bears to be paired up a with less than exciting QB. There are 31 other teams that have more exciting prospects behind center.

        • I agree with your definition of insanity statement. Being a GMEN fan and watching Gettleman screw up draft after draft for us is mind-boggling in itself. PLUS! Letting Tomlinson walk to Minny for $11M per was idiotic.
          I do give credit when it is due though. And the Golloday and Rudolph signings are HUGE for the GMEN. But!!!!! That o-line coupled with Garrett’s conservative playcalling are a nightmare in itself.
          As far as your Bears missing out on Golloday. The 1yr. deal wasn’t going to get Golloday to Bear-Ville, especially when Cincy was offering more $$$$$ for 1yr. But! You guys are picking at 20 and Rashod Bateman would be a dynamite pairing with Robinson and Mooney. Then in the second round hope RBs Carter or Gainwell are there for the picking. Etienne will most definitely be gone earlier. Yet! stranger things have happened in drafts in the past.
          Good luck in 2021!

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