Tell Us: Are you concerned about Kadarius Toney's skipoing of the off-season program?

Are you concerned about Kadarius Toney's skipoing of the off-season program?

  • Yes

    Votes: 1 50.0%
  • No

    Votes: 1 50.0%

  • Total voters
    2

Patricia Traina

Administrator
Staff member
Are you concerned about Kadarius Toney's skipoing of the off-season program? The optics sure don't look good, but would you be willing to cut the kid some slack not knowing why he's missing the program so far? Tell us what you think.
 

Chuck418

Rookie
Appears to be extremely talented, but you have to wonder about his commitment. After a less than satisfying rookie season, you would think he would be doing anything possible to make a good impression on the new administration. He has a chance to be a star in NY, and there's no better place to excel. Whether it's immaturity or off field distractions, he needs to get his head straight. I'd love to see what he could do in the new offense, with an improved Oline giving D. Jones time to throw (at least that's what I believe will happen) and some imaginative offensive play calling. However, if you don't show your teammates that you're going to do whatever is needed to succeed, then you become a liability. He's running out of time in NY, and that's a shame.
 

GiantsFan75

Rookie
Two reasons why I'm concerned.

1. Assume reports are true about missing meetings and not knowing the playbook.

2. He had a poor rookie season. No other way to put it. If he is a headache after that, imagine what he would be like when he has a good season!!!

Trade him for a second rounder if you can.
 
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