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Kenny Golladay practices again on Friday, questionable for Week 9

We break down the news that Kenny Golladay returned to practice for Week 9

New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay (19) runs with the ball as Atlanta Falcons linebacker Steven Means (55) defends at MetLife Stadium.  Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Friday Update: Golladay has been ruled questionable for Sunday’s game against the Raiders. They’ll need him with Sterling Shepard being ruled out.

Friday UPDATE: Golladay was again at practice on Friday, and appeared to have ramped up his activity, per Jordan Raanan, who likes his chance to play.

Thursday UPDATE: Golladay returned to practice on Thursday since suffering a knee injury a month ago, per ESPN’s Jordan Raanan.

New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay did not practice on Wednesday with a knee injury, and he is listed as questionable ahead of Sunday’s home game against the Las Vegas Raiders.

Golladay has not played since an October 10th loss to the Dallas Cowboys 44-20 due to a knee injury. The Giants could sure use him back as soon as possible especially with the injury to Sterling Shepard.

In five games this season, Golladay caught 17 of 29 targets for 282 yards and has yet to reach the end zone. We should get more of an indication whether he will be back in the lineup on Thursday and Friday.

Fantasy football implications

Even if Golladay is healthy enough to go, he is unlikely to be started in many fantasy lineups and is a No. 4 wide receiver at best. However, it’s still possible the Giants keep him off the field and rest him one more game heading into New York’s Week 10 bye week.