Giants head coach Joe Judge describes Kenny Golladays sideline antics as speaking with emotion.
“When there’s something that has to be disciplined, I’ll discipline it,” Judge said. “If there was an issue, it would be handled. I love the way Kenny competes. One thing I love about this guy, he has a lot of fire. He has a lot of fire and he wants to go out and be successful. The conversation (between Garrett and Golladay) the other day wasn’t anything in terms of an attack on a coach or player to do something, it was just simply: ‘Hey I can do this, give me a chance on this type of route.’ Those things happen a lot.”
“To me, speaking with emotion and fighting are two different things,” Judge said. “Maybe it’s because of where I grew up (Philadelphia), but I talk with my hands a lot, I raise my voice a lot. Maybe I don’t overreact sometimes in volume. Look, I have to apologize to certain people on the sideline … I gotta tell them on the front end: ‘Whatever I say today, don’t take it personally.
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