I was actually yelling at Jason Garrett

Kenny Golladay stated he was yelling at his offensive coordinator — not his quarterback — when NFL Network cameras caught the receiver screaming at the Giants bench within the route of Daniel Jones and Jason Garrett throughout Thursday’s loss.

And Golladay says it’s out of character.

“Pretty much just me talking to J.G. a little bit,” Golladay defined Monday. “That’s two competitive guys right there, and more so just wanting to do anything I can. Not so much ‘get me the ball more,’ though.”

There was confusion within the rapid aftermath of the loss to Washington, when it appeared like Golladay was unloading on Jones as a result of Garrett initially couldn’t be seen on digital camera.

Jones and Sterling Shepard stated after the sport that the narrative constructing round Jones and Golladay was incorrect.

Kenny Golladay; Jason Garrett
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“I’ve never done nothing like that,” Golladay stated. “Really, just being passionate and being a competitor. I would love to do anything I can to help the team and I let the emotions get the best of me.”

The Giants suspended receiver Golden Tate for per week final season after he was caught screaming “Throw me the damn ball” throughout a recreation. This is completely different within the eyes of coach Joe Judge.

“There was no argument on the sideline,” Judge stated. “There was no [Golladay] versus Daniel or anything of that nature. In the heat of the moment, you speak very passionately. You kind of speak with some emotion. I speak with emotion on the sideline. There was no blow-up or anything that has to be made of it. I understand sometimes the perceptions will be what they are, but there’s no issue there.”

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