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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.
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C David Baas has been battling intense headaches all week and has not practiced yet. And now, he will get Sunday off, too. Baas was one of four players ruled out for Sunday's showdown with the Cowboys in Dallas after practice on Friday. DE Osi Umenyiora (knee/ankle), LB Mark Herzlich (ankle) ...
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 rain is upon the Metro area this afternoon but the clouds are indoors, too as the Giants’ injury report continues to grow.
Firstly, OT Stacy Andrews was formally placed on IR and veteran OL Tony Ugoh was signed.
Secondly, C David Baas’ condition is more than headaches according to the Giants.
Tom Coughlin said “there is a lot more to it” and that tests were being conducted...
The neck injury to Giants center David Baas is causing “migraine-like” headaches that could potentially end his season. (The Steelers approve of the term migraine-like.) “I really want to play football, but my health is very important to me,” Baas said Wednesday via Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News. “They’re going to make…
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.
With Osi Umenyiora out with ankle and knee problems, and Justin Tuck still fighting through neck and groin issues, the Giants' pass rush in Dallas Sunday will again hinge on the talents of Jason Pierre-Paul.
Maybe that's not such a bad thing.
Pierre-Paul, a second-year pro who has a team-high 10 1/2 sacks, will undoubtedly face the same double-teams Umenyiora and Tuck have...
Kenny Phillips, Osi Umenyiora still out
The Giants had a legion of players sit out practice yesterday, some couldn’t go and others were held back for precautionary reasons.
C David Baas (neck, headaches), LB Michael Boley (hamstring), RB Ahmad Bradshaw (foot), LB Mark Herzlich (ankle), RB Brandon Jacobs (hamstring), LB Spencer Paysinger (hamstring), S Kenny Phillips (knee), DE Dave Tollefson (knee) and DE Osi Umenyiora...