Kenny Golladay’s frustration showing at Giants camp

It has come to this when chronicling every move Kenny Golladay makes: Maybe, just maybe, the fact that he showed some emotion after a play he did not make is a sign of progress.

Frustration is better than flatline, right?

Golladay, the Giants’ highly paid and lowly productive wide receiver, had in his hands a pass from Daniel Jones on the second snap of team drills during Tuesday’s non-padded practice. Cornerback Adoree’ Jackson in coverage reached in and poked the ball out of Golladay’s grasp. Perhaps this would have been ruled an incomplete pass. Perhaps it would have gone down as a catch and a fumble. Either way, it was not a positive development in a summer of non-positive developments for Golladay.

New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay (19) participates in practice drills
Kenny Golladay hasn’t lived up to his Giants contract, and the frustration is beginning to show.
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He picked up the ball, slammed it with both hands as if he wanted to crush the air out of it and flung it away, in the direction of the opposite end zone.

“I was pissed,’’ Golladay said. “I went down there and grabbed it, and Adoree’ just came and made a play and made it into a little fumble. So, yeah, I was pissed because it would’ve been a big completion for us.’’

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