The Giants tagged wide receiver Kadarius Toney (hamstring) with a “did not participate” designation on Friday’s official injury report.
Head coach Brian Daboll held a walkthrough that was closed to the media. But the team still downgraded Toney from Thursday’s “limited” status to “did not participate” on Friday’s projected injury report.
Toney also had sat out Wednesday’s practice with “hamstring soreness,” per Daboll.
The second-year wide receiver has struggled to stay on the field in both of his NFL seasons so far. His lack of practice time and reliability led Daboll to play him only seven snaps in Week 1. He rushed the ball twice for 23 yards in their season-opening win over Tennessee.
Toney’s snaps increased to 28 in Week 2, but he finished the game with two catches for zero yards on three targets.
Wide receiver Kenny Golladay has drawn more ire this week as the Giants fan base’s scapegoat after last Sunday’s benching and two snaps against the Carolina Panthers.
But it’s likely Golladay will play a much larger role on Monday night against the Dallas Cowboys than Toney – if Toney plays at all.
Darius Slayton also could see more playing time after being scratched in Week 1 and logging only four snaps in Week 2.
Source:: The Denver Post
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