Kenny Golladay could improve the Jacksonville Jaguars’ wide receiver unit.
There will always be players that won’t get the national spotlight either because they play in a small market or because they’re in a bad team, and it gets even worse when it’s both. Wide receiver Kenny Golladay doesn’t get as much praise as he should even though he’s among the top performers at his position.
Originally a third-round pick in 2017’s draft, Golladay has been a bright spot on the Lions’ offense throughout his four-year tenure in ‘The Motor City’. He has a couple of 1,000-yard seasons in his resume and has averaged at least 15.2 yards per catch every year. Back in 2019, the last time he started all 16 games, he hauled in 65 receptions for 1,190 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Last season, a hip injury limited Golladay to just five games. However, he should be fully healthy and will have plenty of demand for his services in the open market. Although the Jaguars have more pressing needs, singing the Northern Illinois product would give their wide receiver corps a significant boost.
Also, Golladay could reunite with Darrell Bevell, who was his offensive coordinator in Detriot and will have the same position in Jacksonville.