The Giants hosted Kenny Golladay on a two-day visit and remain interested in the Pro Bowl wide receiver, but the parties’ summit ended Friday evening without a contract agreement, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com tweets.
However, the Giants are planning to stay in the mix for the four-year veteran. Golladay’s visit may not be finished overall, with veteran NFL reporter Josina Anderson tweeting the sought-after receiver plans to stay in town and continue talking with the Giants. Momentum appeared to be building toward a deal earlier this afternoon, per Anderson (on Twitter), but Golladay remains a free agent.
He has received interest from a few other teams, having visited the Bears on Wednesday. The Ravens have also reached out to the two-time 1,000-yard wideout. The Dolphins expressed interest earlier this offseason, but they appear to have filled their outside-receiver need with Will Fuller.
While select other big-name receivers are still available, Golladay is the top unsigned target. The Ravens lead the two NFC suitors in cap space and missed out on JuJu Smith-Schuster, who opted to stay with the Steelers for less money than their AFC North rivals offered. The Bears still have Allen Robinson under contract but are interested in pairing him with Golladay, which would form one of the NFL’s best receiving tandems. The Giants lack a WR1-type player; Golladay would certainly fit the bill.