Found October 08, 2012 on
NFL Injury Report:
New York Giants running back Andre Brown left yesterday’s
victory over the Cleveland Browns with what’s been diagnosed as a concussion,
reports Mike Mazzeo of ESPNNewYork.com.
Brown exited the contest and was ruled out of the game following
further evaluation. He’s been a solid backup for Giants running back Ahmad
Bradshaw. Rookie David Wilson took his place following his exit.
Linebacker D’Qwell Jackson also left the game due to a
concussion and wasn’t able to return. Tight end Martellus Bennett exited with a
hyperextended left knee, but he ultimately returned to the field. The team is
not yet sure the extent of his injury.
Mazzeo also reports that Giants offensive lineman Chris Snee
has been playing through a partially torn labrum in his shoulder. He did exit Sunday’s
game early, but says he expects the injury to be “fine.”
BEST OF MAXIM
New York Giants running back Andre Brown tweeted during yesterdays win over the Browns.
Of course Brown ended up deleting the tweet since it’s against NFL rules.
I’m sure the NFL will catch wind of this and send him a nice little fine.
Giants running back Andre Brown has been diagnosed with a concussion, according to ESPN New York.Fantasy Spin:Ahmad Bradshaw is back and healthy -- he carried it 30 times for 200 yards in Week 5 -- so Brown won't have much fantasy value going forward. David Wilson scored on a long TD run as well in Week 5 so Brown's backup role may also be in jeopardy if he doesn't recover quickly.
New York Giants tight end Martellus Bennett underwent an MRI on his knee yesterday after hyperextending it during this past week’s win over the Browns.Bennett announced on Twitter that his knee is fine.Hey guys the knee is cool besides the pain lol. Working overtime to be a part of history this Sunday.— Martellus Bennett (@1987Marty) October 8, 2012It sounds like Bennett will...
Giants running back Andre Brown left Sunday's game against Cleveland with a head injury. His return is unknown.Fantasy Spin:Bradshaw should take over as a workhorse back with still-in-the-doghouse David Wilson as his backup.
New York Giants wide receiver Ramses Barden has been cleared to practice and play after sustaining a concussion more than a week ago. But running back Andre Brown is not yet recovered from a concussion from Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns. Barden was injured on Sept. 30 against Philadelphia. Brown is required to follow the NFL's protocol for concussions before...
Giants tight end Martellus Bennett, who left Sunday's game in the first quarter with what appears to be a hyperextended left knee and returned to help block for Bradshaw, will get an MRI on the knee on Tuesday.Fantasy Spin:Bennett had caught a touchdown in three of the first four games this season and has 19 receptions for 217 yards. With the Giants' receivers hurting, Bennett...
Giants tight end Martellus Bennett left Sunday's game in the first quarter with what appears to be a hyperextended left knee. His return is questionable.Fantasy Spin:Bennett had caught a touchdown in three of the first four games this season. With Hakeem Nicks and Ramses Barden sidelined, Bennett was likely to see a lot of targets.
Cleveland: Brandon Weeden and the Browns actually gave quite a game to the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday Night Football, and they’re not far from starting to string a couple of wins together. Unfortunately for them, they face the defending Super Bowl champions in the NY Giants, which likely won’t help their cause in grabbing a win.Weeden does suddenly look like a real NFL quarterback...
New York Giants tight end Martellus Bennett suffered a hyperextended knee during today’s win over the Browns. He ended up finishing the game even though it was clear that he was in pain while limping around.
After the game Bennett said he was OK, but he’ll know more once he undergoes more tests on Monday.
The difference between winners and losers in the NFL sometimes comes down to dealing with tough times.
Ahmad Bradshaw and the New York Giants shrugged off their mistakes Sunday, while the Cleveland Browns were burned by them.
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