Found December 05, 2011 on
T-Rock's Take On The Giants:
The Giants have had so many injuries this season that when they learned that starting center David Baas would be unable to play about two hours before Sunday's kickoff, there was little they could do but find some gallows humor in the situation.
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David Baas said heâs been dealing with a neck injury for most of the season, but now that the effects have spread to include migraine headaches the concern level of the team â and himself â has increased.
David Baasâ injury situation is not a take-two-aspirin-and-call-me-in-the-morning fix.
David Baas has been announced as a late scratch for todayâs game against the Packers due to headaches, sending the team scrambling to configure its offensive line that had already suffered a setback with the loss of veteran tackle Stacy Andrews.
New York Giants starting center David Baas is a late scratch for Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers because of headaches.
Baas was not on the team's injury report all week. Kevin Boothe, who started last week at left guard, moves to center and Mitch Petrus is set to play left guard in his first career start. New York also lost tackle Stacy Andrews on Saturday night...
Center David Baas said the “migraine-type” headaches he’s been suffering for the last few days stem from a neck injury he’s been dealing with all season. And he made it sound like there’s at least a possibility his condition could land him on injured reserve.
“I really want to play ...
The Giants initially said center David Baas was scratched from last Sunday's game because of a headache, but the situation is going beyond a few Excedrin.
The Giants are shuffling the offensive front again as doctors try to find a remedy for C David Baas' recurring migraines. But Giants.com's Mike Eisen tells us Kevin Boothe said he's up to it, as did all the other linemen heading into Sunday night's game in Dallas.
New York Giants starting center David Baas is a late scratch for Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers because of headaches. Baas was not on the team's injury report all week. Kevin Boothe, who started last week at left guard, moves to center and Mitch Petrus is set to play left guard in his first career start.
Plus, the rest of the injury rundown
Michael Boley, Ahmad Bradshaw active, as expected
Hot News for OG David Baas
The Giants will get Ahmad Bradshaw and Michael Boley back for Sunday’s attempt to derail the Packers express, but two other starters will miss the game. Wide receiver Mario Manningham is out for the second straight week with a knee injury and center David Baas, who wasn’t expected to be a game-time call, is also…