No deal yet between Giants and Kenny Golladay, but interest remains

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Dan Benton
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The New York Giants have concluded their Friday portion of a visit with free agent wide receiver Kenny Golladay, and he has left their East Rutherford facilities without a contract.

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports that the Giants and Golladay will continue to talk and that interest between the two parties remains.

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However, Josina Anderson reports that Golladay will remain in the area and continue visiting with the Giants into the weekend.

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As Rapoport alludes, the meeting reportedly went well and Golladay checked all the boxes. He meshed with head coach Joe Judge and Ronnie Barnes signed off on his health.

Whether the Giants and Golladay meet face-to-face over the weekend or not, contract negotiations are expected to continue.

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Golladay has begun to draw heavy interest and even received a few contract offers on Friday. The Chicago Bears have reportedly offered upwards of $12 million per season, while the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals have also reached out to his representation.

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