Wide Receiver Kenny Golladay
Q: What's your reaction to today's events with (Wide Receiver) Kadarius (Toney)?
A: Of course it kind of came out of nowhere. I haven't really gotten the chance to talk to him yet. I'm going to reach out to him.
Q: How are you feeling physically?
A: Getting there. Just steady trying to stack good days on one another. I feel a lot better, though.
Q: How close do you feel like you are to possibly getting back on the field?
A: To be honest, I'm just worried about day by day. Bye week is next week, I'm just trying to continue to improve each day.
Q: In your mind, is there a hope that after the bye week that you can get out there and test it out or are you doing that all the time?
A: It all depends on how I feel tomorrow and how I feel next week.
Q: When you see a player traded like this, does anything go through your mind like, 'Oh that could be me'?
A: I've been in this league long enough. Anything is possible.
Q: Is it hard to see Kadarius leave?
A: Definitely when you build a relationship with a guy. Like I said, I'm going to reach to him. I really didn't get a chance to talk to him and everything, I was doing my own little thing trying to get ready. I'm definitely going to reach out to him. We definitely built some type of relationship to the point where I do feel for him, definitely.
Q: What would your advice be to him going forward?
A: Just stay the course. Things happen for a reason, and just stay the course.
Q: Obviously, you guys are off to a 6-1 start. How much do you want to be a part of this?
A: Oh man, I want to be a part of it big time. I'm trying everything to get back out there. I've never even been a part of a team that's gone 6-1. I'm trying to do everything to get back out there.
Q: What's it like to watch that 6-1 start from the position you're in not being able to play?
A: I get jealous of the guys. In a good way, though. It motivates me even more to get out there with them just so I can put my little stamp on the game. However that comes – if it's in the blocking area, if it's in the pass catching – that's the part I get jealous about. Just seeing the guys out there having fun with it.
Q: How impressed are you with how (Quarterback) Daniel (Jones) has played?
A: First off, I'm not surprised – I'll say that. I know the type of work he put in. I've been saying it this entire time. I'm happy to see it all unfold.
Q: Do you feel like you can be a difference maker at the wide receiver position for a team that kind of needs somebody to be a big-play guy?
A: Definitely. As long as I can stay on the field and put the little injuries behind me, I definitely feel like I can do good things for this team.
Q: How optimistic are you post bye?
A: Like I said, I'm going to see how the bye goes, but I will say the past couple days have been pretty good. Praying for no setbacks and everything. Hope everything goes to plan.
Q: Do you expect to stay around here next week during the bye week?
A: Yeah, definitely.
Q: We're at the trade deadline. Have you wondered at all if you were on the block?
A: No. I'm worried about getting back on the field.
Q: What did you see from Kadarius in regard to him getting back? He says he's healthy. Did you see a guy who's getting close as well? I know you guys were working on that back field together.
A: Definitely. He was definitely, I would say, probably a little bit ahead of me since he was out before me. If he said he was healthy, then he was healthy. I can't really judge how his body is.