The red jersey on the back of Giants receiver Kadarius Toney isn’t a big red flag.
Toney is absent from organized team activities after undergoing a minor medical procedure during the offseason, a source has confirmed. He wore a red jersey to signal some level of injury care and was limited to catching balls off the JUGS machine during an open practice session on Thursday.
The 2021 first-round draft pick is expected to recover in time for training camp, which is no small feat. Toney missed seven games and much of practice time during his roller coaster rookie season due to ankle, hamstring, shoulder, oblique, quad and thumb injuries. Smaller procurements this time of year often relate to knee cleans.
After skipping the first few voluntary practice sessions this offseason, Toney has been a regular but has not participated on the field.
“He was very attentive in meetings,” said offensive coordinator Mike Kafka. “He does everything right on and off the field. I love his personality. He’s one of those guys that brings a smile to the room. It was great working with him.”
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