Kadarius Toney attempting to break into Giants lineup
Former Florida dynamo Kadarius Toney figures to play a big role with the New York offense after the Giants took him in the first round of this year’s draft. But that doesn’t mean he won’t have to earn his way onto the field.
ESPN reporter Jordan Raanan noted that Toney has been working with backup quarterback Mike Glennon “and most of the non-starters” so far, after Toney missed three weeks’ worth of the Giants’ voluntary workouts. And while that doesn’t figure to put him behind the 8-ball on any sort of long-term basis, those absences could be what’s stopping Toney from working with Giants starter Daniel Jones and the rest of the No. 1 offense.
Even so, Raanan tweeted that, “…you can see the talent that made him [a] first-rounder.”
“The way he gets in + out of breaks is impressive,” Raanan tweeted. “Daniel Jones called him ‘twitchy’ and ‘explosive.’”
The Giants went out to upgrade the weapons around their third-year quarterback this offseason, after Jones was left somewhat on an island last year after running back Saquon Barkley was …
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