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The New York Giants have placed linebacker Dan Connor on season-ending injured reserve after suffering a neck burner during last week’s game against the Cowboys.
Giants placed Dan Connor on injured reserve
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) September 12, 2013
Connor also suffered a burner during the final preseason game. There’s clearly some concern with the health of his neck.
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