Giants wide receiver Kadarius Toney underwent a minor arthroscopic knee procedure at some point this off-season, according to a Daily News report.
Toney has been one of several Giants to wear a red practice jersey this off-season as the team goes through its off-season program.
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Toney is entering his second year after a disappointing rookie season. He started four of the ten games he appeared in and caught 39 out of 57 pass targets for 420 yards and no touchdowns.
Toney, chosen 20th overall in the 2021 draft after the Giants swapped places in the first round with the Chicago Bears, missed seven games last season between ankle, quad, oblique, and shoulder injuries and COVID-19; before that, he missed a large part of training camp due to a hamstring strain.
Toney is expected to be ready for training camp, which is scheduled to open up in late July. He missed the start of the team's off-season conditioning program, but it's unclear if that resulted from the timing of his surgery.