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New York Giants: Brian Daboll says he’s satisfied with Kenny Golladay’s upset over limited playing time

The New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll, who has been in the spotlight for his two early wins in the 2022 season, has spoken about an issue that is trying to take the spotlight off his early success. Wide receiver Kenny Golladay claimed to be upset with how little playing time he has been receiving.

Daboll said that he is pleased with the receiver’s upset about being on injured reserve. “I’ve been in the NFL a long time. I don’t know if I’ve ever been part of a team where somebody’s not happy about something. I have great respect for Kenny. I’m happy that he’s not happy that he didn’t play, it shows competitiveness,” Daboll said, according to Paul Schwartz of the New York Post.

Golladay complained about the short playing time he has had

The 28-year-old played just two snaps last Sunday in the Giants’ win against the Carolina Panthers. In the first game, he got plenty of snaps, but caught only two passes. “I came here to play,” Golladay claimed.

There are two realities in the franchise. While Daboll is in his first season with the Giants, Golladay is in his second year with the team, after signing a four-year, $72 million contract in the 2021 offseason, when the franchise still employed coach Joe Judge and general manager Dave Gettleman.

Daboll has already talked to Golladay about the matter and hopes things will be settled soon. Receiver Richie James leads the Giants with 10 receptions and 110 yards this season. The franchise’s next matchup is the classic against the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football in Week 3.

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