Even with a Super Bowl ring with the Kansas City Chiefs, Kadarius Toney is still upset about his departure from the New York Giants.
Toney was the 20th overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft for Big Blue, but it was a marriage that was never going to work out.
Florida’s wide receiver was often injured, and despite a new front office trying to bring a refreshing culture, Toney didn’t seem to be buying it.
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That forced the Giants, despite his flashy talent, to send Toney to Kansas City for a third- and fifth-round pick last season. Toney ended up playing a huge role for the Chiefs in the lead up to their victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl, catching a 5-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter and also had a 65-yard punt return that led to another last quarter. room. score.
The Chiefs recently had a ceremony to receive their Super Bowl rings, but Toney clearly still has a thing for New York, and he had a message for the Giants: He said he would put the ring on his middle finger.
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«I got the Super Bowl ring for this finger right here,» he said, vomiting the bird. «To everyone in New York right here. This is for everyone in New York right here.»
«Am [going to] to downtown New York with that middle finger up.»
Toney admitted that he «loves to troll» but said he deserves it because the Giants «are trying to troll me.»
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If Toney stays healthy, he could play a huge role as receiver for Patrick Mahomes and not just be a punt returner. But after the Giants used the third round they acquired to trade for Darren Waller, it looks like a win-win for everyone involved.