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Giants rookie Kadarius Toney’s rumored frustration draws response from Joe Judge

Kadarius Toney, Joe Judge, Giants

The New York Giants are off to a disappointing 0-2 start after losing to the Washington Football Team on Thursday night. While frustrations were clear on the sidelines between Kenny Golladay and Daniel Jones, rookie wideout Kadarius Toney was also visibly upset with the lack of touches he got. Following the game, the Giants WR took to social media and posted this, which of course got people talking:

However, Toney cleared the air on Friday morning with this tweet:

Giants head coach Joe Judge spoke on Friday morning about the initial Instagram post and made it known there is no bad blood with the youngster:

Very good point from Judge. Toney indeed had zero touches on Thursday, which would leave any player upset, rookie or not. Through two games, the No. 20 overall pick in this year’s draft has just two catches for -2 yards. While it’s certainly important that he remains happy because Toney will likely be an important piece of their receiving corps, the Giants have other problems to deal with right now like the apparent feud between Golladay and Jones. It’s just Week 2, but New York needs to get this drama under control now before it’s too late.

The Giants will look ahead to next Sunday where they will play the Atlanta Falcons at home.