The New York Giants reeled in their big fish of the free agency period when they inked WR Kenny Golladay to a four-year, $72 million contract. This is the move that pretty much everyone was calling for, as the Giants have lacked a true number one receiver in recent years and fielded one of the worst offenses in the NFL a year ago.
How did the Giants get the deal done, and what does it mean for them going forward?
In this podcast
- The Giants sign Golladay
- Digging into Golladay’s contract
- What does this mean for the offense, and the draft?
- Giants also added LB Reggie Ragland
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