Golladay's (chest) emergence in 2018 may have made teammate Marvin Jones (knee) expendable for the upcoming season, but the Lions could opt to keep both players and focus on upgrading the slot position in the months to come, Nate Atkins of MLive.com reports.
Golladay was one of the few bright spots in an ugly 2018 campaign for the Lions, catching 79 of 119 targets for 1,063 yards and five touchdowns in 15 games before sitting out Week 17 with a chest injury. He's the clear favorite to lead the team in targets next season, regardless of whether or not Jones is brought back at his somewhat reasonable $9.2 million cap hit (per OverTheCap.com). Coach Matt Patricia seems to be moving in a run-first direction with Darrell Bevell replacing Jim Bob Cooter as offensive coordinator, presumably hoping Golladay's downfield prowess can keep opposing safeties honest. There hasn't been any indication the late-season chest injury will impact the 25-year-old's offseason training. Jan 23 12:41 pm (EST)
- Golladay (chest) is inactive Sunday against Green Bay.
- Golladay (chest) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Green Bay, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports.
- Golladay (chest) was present for Friday's practice with a helmet, but he didn't go through individual drills, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. All Kenny Golladay News
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