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NFL Injury Report:
An MRI confirmed that New York Giants safety Stevie Brown has a torn ACL and will miss the 2013 season, the team announced Sunday. The injury was originally diagnosed as a sprained knee.
Ryan Mundy will likely take over the starting role at free safety with Brown being placed on the season ending injured reserve list. Fellow safety Antrel Rolle is still recovering from a sprained ankle but is expected to be healthy in time to play Week 1 against the Dallas Cowboys.
The Giants will certainly miss Brown's presence this season. In 2012 he recorded a team high eight interceptions, and a league leading 307 interception return yards. He appeared to be picking up right where he left off last season before sustaining the injury while returning an interception from New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith. Luckily for the Giants, they acquired Mundy via free agency during the offseason. Mundy is very serviceable as a starting safety, but the Giants defense will much less dynamic without Brown's ball hawking skills.
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— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) August 24, 2013
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New York Giants starting safety Stevie Brown finished second in the league with eight interceptions last year. He was unable to finish the preseason game against the Jets, however, as he suffered a sprained knee during an interception return. Second year cornerback Jayron Hosley also left the game with a sprained ankle. Hosley was expected to see playing time in nickel and dime packages...
Albert Breer of NFL Network reports that the New York Giants FS Stevie Brown might have torn his ACL.
A torn ACL would undoubtedly mean that Brown would be out for the entire season and force Ryan Mundy to fill the void while the Giants decide on what to do.
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Giants safety Stevie Brown is done for the season with a torn left ACL, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com.Fantasy Spin:Brown suffered the injury without contact during Saturday's preseason game. He had eight picks, 76 tackles, two forced fumbles and 11 passes deflected last season and is a major loss for New York's defense.
Tough break for the Giants and Brown.
He tore his ACL after intercepting a pass from Geno Smith.
Giants S Stevie Brown tore his ACL, per league source.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 25, 2013
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New York Giants safety Stevie Brown sprained his left knee on an
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off the field.
Ryan Mundy is no longer waiting for an NFL starting job. The New York Giants just gave him one.
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The injury was fluky. Brown planted his foot and his knee gave out. And...
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Phillips has been dealing with knee issues since signing with the Eagles. He’s also been nursing a quad injury, but the Giants might be able to use him if he can stay healthy.
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