Giants’ Kenny Golladay could be held in contempt of court for ignoring subpoena: report

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According to a new report, Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay could be held in contempt of court for failing to appear at a virtual deposition in December 2020.

Per Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post, Golladay was served a subpoena to appear at the virtual deposition for a civil case in which Golladay “is a non-party with no potential liability.”

The case, according to the Post, centers around Golladay’s former agent, Jason Bernstein, who is suing a memorabilia company for allegedly violating an exclusive rights deal by working with Golladay’s current agent, Todd France.

Per the Post, Golladay has until July 22 to explain to the court why he failed to appear. If held in contempt of court, “sanctions vary by each case’s circumstances.”

Golladay, 27, signed a four-year, $72 million contract with Big Blue this offseason with $40 million in guaranteed money.