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tight end Jake Ballard tore his left anterior cruciate ligament during the second half of Sunday's Super Bowl.
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New York Giants tight end Jake Ballard was able to enjoy the parade following the team's Super Bowl victory - but needed crutches to do so.
Ballard suffered a torn left ACL during the second half of the Super Bowl on Sunday. He had two catches in the Giants' 21-17 victory over the New England Patriots.
An undrafted free agent, Ballard reeled in 38 receptions for 604 yards...
Tuesday was a day for the New York Giants to celebrate their fourth Super Bowl in franchise history, but there was also some sad news as well.
According to the Giants, tight end Jake Ballard suffered a torn ACL. He was one of two tight ends for the Giants who suffered a torn ACL during the Super Bowl, Travis Beckum was the other player.
Any time a player tears his ACL it’s not...
New York Giants tight end Jake Ballard tore his left anterior cruciate ligament during the Super Bowl, 2012 season is in doubt.
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New York Giants tight end Jake Ballard tore his left anterior cruciate ligament during the second half of Super Bowl, the team announced on Tuesday.
New York Giants tight end Jake Ballard tore his left anterior cruciate ligament during the second half of the Super Bowl, the team announced on Tuesday. An MRI discovered Ballard's injury, and with the help of crutches, he was able to participate in Tuesday's parade and ceremonies in New York and New Jersey.
The Giants are going to need to add a couple of tight ends this offseason. While the team was wrapping up their dual celebrations in Manhattan and East Rutherford on Tuesday afternoon, they announced that tight end Jake Ballard tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during the Super Bowl. Ballard was helped…
Jake Ballard tore his ACL in SB46 but as the video shows, he really did try and tough it out and play. The Giants lost both starting TE’s (Travis Beckum is the other) to torn ACL’s in the Super Bowl, but were still able to pull it out with Bear Pascoe the only healthy option left on the roster.
The Giants haven’t had a true pass catching TE since Jeremy Shockey took his...
The New York Giants have lost their second tight end of Super Bowl XLVI to an injury when starter Jake Ballard left the game during the third quarter.
INDIANAPOLIS – Forty nine weeks ago, Greg Jones was running on the field at Lucas Oil Stadium at the NFL Scouting Combine trying to prove his chance of being drafted by a team.
On the same field on Sunday, Jones was on the same field with confetti raining down as a member of a Super Bowl champion team.
The Moeller grad and rookie linebacker, who was selected in the sixth round...
The New York Giants lost tight ends Jake Ballard and Travis Beckum to knee injuries in Sunday's Super Bowl against the Patriots.
The Super Bowl was not kind to the position of tight end for the Giants, as two of them, Jake Ballard and Travis Beckum, yesterday attended the celebratory festivities hobbled and walking with the aid of crutches.
Beckum during the 21-17 victory over the Patriots was diagnosed with a torn...
The Giants started the 2011 season with a number of injury problems. They will start next season with at least two players missing at the tight end position. Speaking to the New York media Thursday, G.M. Jerry Reese indicated that he expected tight ends Jake Ballard and Travis Beckum to start next season on the…
This is has been an uneven Super Bowl, but we’re headed for a fun ending. The Giants will be a little shorthanded down the stretch. Tight end Jake Ballard is now out for the game, just like tight end Travis Beckum. Safety Antrel Rolle was also shaken up in the fourth quarter, but was able…