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NFC East Standings

Team Div Overall
6-0-0 12-5-0
3-3-0 9-8-0
2-4-0 7-10-0
1-5-0 4-13-0

2021 Receiving

STATS REC
Receptions
YDS
Receiving Yards
AVG
Average Yards per Reception
TD
Receiving Touchdowns
LNG
Longest Reception
Regular Season 39 420 10.8 0 38

Top Kadarius Toney News

  • Giants' Kadarius Toney: Undergoes minor knee surgery

    Toney underwent minor knee surgery earlier this offseason, but he is expected to be ready for training camp, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.

    The 2021 first-round pick hasn't been participating in OTAs for good reason. While the arthroscopic surgery appears to be insignificant, Toney is not expected to participate in any offseason OTAs altogether. Rookie second-round pick Wan'Dale Robinson will likely be the biggest beneficiary in Toney's absence, but expect the Florida product to be ready to play once training camp rolls around.

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  • Giants' Kadarius Toney: Reps being limited

    Coach Brian Daboll said Thursday that Toney (undisclosed) and teammate Kenny Golladay (undisclosed) are participating in OTAs while wearing red jerseys at practice, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.

    Toney was limited to 10 appearances as a rookie due to health issues, so while there's not yet any reason to consider his current undisclosed injury serious, it will be worth keeping an eye on his status. While Toney's practice reps remain dialed down, the primary beneficiary of increased opportunities could be rookie second-round pick Wan'Dale Robinson, who appears to be competing for a key role in the slot. With Golladay and Sterling Shepard (Achilles) also dealing with injury issues, fourth-year pro Darius Slayton could also see an uptick in work at practice.

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  • Giants' Kadarius Toney: Seemingly staying in New York

    Giants head coach Brian Daboll said Tuesday that he looks forward to working with Toney, who was the subject of trade rumors prior to the 2022 NFL Draft, Ryan Chichester of WFAN Sports Radio 66 New York reports.

    New York added second-round pick Wan'Dale Robinson to an already-deep wideout room, but they'll likely need help even if Toney has a big Year 2, considering Darius Slayton is in a contract year and coming off a poor season while Sterling Shepard works his way back from an Achilles tear. Meanwhile, Kenny Golladay missed 11 games for the Lions in 2020 and then managed only 521 yards in 14 games in his first season with the Giants. It's a situation that could allow Toney to emerge as Daniel Jones' favorite receiver, especially after recent reports suggested that the Giants listened to trade offers but never actually shopped the young wideout. Toney showed up to the voluntary offseason program a few days before the draft, after his absence early on created some headlines and perhaps fueled the trade rumors.

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  • Giants' Kadarius Toney: Joins voluntary workouts

    Toney (shoulder) was present for Monday's voluntary workout, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.

    Per Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York, it's unclear if that was the original plan for Toney (who wasn't present for start of the team's voluntary offseason workouts last week), or if recent trade rumors may have factored into the wideout's decision to join in. With that in mind, Vacchiano adds that he's been told the Giants weren't actively shopping the 2021 first-rounder. Instead, Vacchiano indicates that the team has been willing to listen if other franchises called about the 23-year-old, though that approach applies to other players as well. In any case, Vacchiano notes that it doesn't appear that New York is inclined to sell low on a player that was drafted 20th overall just last year.

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  • Giants' Kadarius Toney: Could be moved

    Pat Leonard New York Daily News indicates that the Giants are open to trading Toney (shoulder).

    The report suggests that the Giants are making calls to other teams to see what they can get in return for the 2021 first-rounder, who wasn't present for start of the team's voluntary offseason workouts earlier this week. In his first pro season, Toney -- who was projected to add some speed and yards-after-the-catch ability to New York's offense -- dealt with a variety of injuries en route to catching 39 passes on 57 targets for 420 yards and no TDs in 10 games.

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  • Giants' Kadarius Toney: Passing on voluntary program

    Head coach Brian Daboll said Wednesday that Toney (shoulder) isn't present for the start of voluntary offseason workouts, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.

    Toney, who ended his rookie season dealing with a shoulder injury, isn't yet participating in team activities this offseason. Of course, it's only April, and there's still plenty of time for the 2021 first-round pick to get in some on-field work before Week 1, but his decision to abstain from early voluntary activities is notable. Perhaps most significantly, as Daboll notes, is the fact that Toney has yet to receive a copy of the new offensive playbook.

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  • Giants' Kadarius Toney: Injury-plagued rookie year

    Toney (shoulder) finished an injury-plagued rookie season with 39 catches on 57 targets for 420 yards and no touchdowns.

    Toney had just about every issue imaginable as a rookie with hamstring, ankle, thumb, quad, oblique and shoulder injuries as well as two stints on the COVID-19 list. But on the rare occasion he was healthy, he was electric, breaking tackles and showing rare quickness and burst. His Week 5 game against the Cowboys (13-10-189-0) showed his upside if the Giants ever get competent QB play, and Toney himself stays on the field.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-0, 193 lbs
Birthplace: Mobile, AL
Age: 23
School: Florida
Experience: 2