Giants’ Kenny Golladay said in deposition that he can’t be bribed with $7K

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New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay was recently embroiled in a legal matter in which his former agent, Jason Bernstein of Clarity Sports International LLC, filed a lawsuit against the memorabilia company Redland Sports and MVP Authentics seeking lost commission in the amount of $1,782,942.81.

Golladay had switched agencies from Clarity to CAA but the lost revenues from that event were in dispute. The narrative was that Golladay had simply spurned his old agency for a bigger house and more dynamic and powerful representation, in this case Todd France.

In a recent piece by The Athletic, some of Golladay’s testimony from his deposition on Aug. 30, 2021, was revealed:

“You can’t bribe me with 7,000 bucks,” Golladay said in excerpts of court filings. “Yeah, that’s kind of disrespectful.”

“I knew I wanted the total package, and that comes with everything, and I wanted a monster deal. I felt like I was worthy for a monster deal, and to be honest — no hard feelings to Jason — I didn’t feel like he would be able to do that for me, and I found an agent that was able to do that and I thought would be able to do it, and Todd France was the guy. And, I mean, $72 million later, here we are.”

The $72 million Golladay is referring to was the contract he signed with the Giants after this mess occurred. He is entering the second season of the four-year deal, which many are predicting he won’t see through to completion.

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Story originally appeared on Giants Wire