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The harm hits preserve coming for the Giants as extensive receiver Sterling Shepard is predicted to “miss some time” due to a quad strain, as first reported by ESPN’s Jordan Raanan.
Shepard suffered the harm through the second quarter of Monday night time’s 20-17 loss to the Kansas Metropolis Chiefs when he pulled up lame, holding his leg whereas working a route.
“It looked like he got twisted around by the defender on that penalty,” Giants head coach Joe Decide mentioned after the sport. “I only saw a brief replay of it out of the corner of my eye so I’m running on secondhand information. I don’t have a final diagnosis on where he’s at. Obviously, he wasn’t able to come back into the game so we’ll see where he’s at. Hopefully, it’s not too bad.”
A precise timetable of Shepard’s restoration is unknown on the time, however it appears all however confirmed that he received’t be obtainable for Sunday’s Week 9 conflict towards the Las Vegas Raiders. Week 10 offers a bye week, although, which offers some additional time to heal.
The Giants are already shorthanded on the receiver place. No. 1 receiver Kenny Golladay — who’s struggling to reel in any type of consistency throughout his first season with the Giants — was inactive Monday, lacking his third straight sport due to a knee harm.
Rookie standout Kadarius Toney was restricted due to an ankle harm on Monday and even he had to go away within the fourth quarter after struggling a “pretty good gash” on his thumb, per Decide.
Dante Pettis additionally exited Monday night time’s sport with a shoulder harm after he muffed a punt.
Shepard has already missed three video games this season in Weeks 4, 5, and seven due to hamstring points.
In 5 video games this season, the 28-year-old slot receiver posted 32 receptions for 324 yards and a landing.