Kenny Golladay has emerged as one of the NFL’s top scoring threats, having lead the league in touchdowns last season. He’s also a pending free-agent, currently in the final year of his rookie deal.
However, he’s yet to suit up for the Lions this season thanks to a hamstring injury.
Will he be available for Detroit’s Week 3 matchup vs. the Arizona Cardinals? He’ll do everything within his power to ensure that he’ll be on the field:
“Definitely feeling a lot better,” he explained during media sessions this afternoon. “Wouldn’t say it’s 100 percent, I really wouldn’t even put a percentage on it. I just know I’m not 100 percent. I’m going to do everything I can and hopefully I showed enough (in practice this week) that I can be out there.”
Last season with Detroit, Golladay racked up 1,190 yards with 11 touchdowns.
Last month, Golladay said that he was “pretty sure” that a new deal would be reached with Detroit to keep him in the Motor City long term.
“No worry right now,” Golladay said. “But I mean, as of right now I can only control what I control. I want to be here. Really, I’m just going to let my agent and front office take care of that. Pretty sure something will get done.”