Friday update: Golladay is questionable to play this week, but all signs show him trending toward suiting up.
Thursday update: Golladay was back at practice and appeared to be practicing in full. He very well could end up as limited, but he does appear headed in the right direction to play.
WR Kenny Golladay (rib) and WR Sterling Shepard (quad) were moving well and seemed to have a normal workload during an extended viewing period at practice. Some optimism there for Sunday. Here’s Golladay: pic.twitter.com/BJzEkYf3HW— Dan Duggan (@DDuggan21) December 9, 2021
New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay did not participate in practice on Wednesday due to a ribs injury he suffered in Week 13. Golladay left the game, but was able to return and finish. That likely bodes well for his availability, but we’ll need to see him back at practice on Thursday to feel good about his chances.
The Giants receiver room is in constant injury trouble and that hasn’t change this week, as Kadrius Toney was also out and Sterling Shepard was limited. Shepard’s limited status is good news though and if Golladay and Shepard are able to go, it would be one of the healthier weeks for the grooup.
Fantasy football implications
It looks like Mike Glennon is tentatively on track to start again this week, so we can’t expect big things out of the passing game against a good all around Saints defense, but if Golladay is healthy, he’ll be worth a start in most PPR leagues.