Giants’ injury report: Sterling Shepard back after migraine scare
The New York Giants have positioned 5 gamers on injured reserve this week. That’s been the unhealthy information, not less than on the injury entrance. There is, nevertheless, a glimmer of fine information on the injury entrance.
When Geno Smith makes his debut because the workforce’s beginning quarterback on Sunday towards the Oakland Raiders it seems like he can have broad receiver Sterling Shepard within the lineup. After lacking the final two video games due to lingering migraine complications, the Giants’ second-leading receiver with 38 catches was a full participant in observe on Wednesday.
“It’s just kind of crazy how it came about. A few days after the San Francisco game, it just kind of hit me hard and then I tried practicing all week with it without any contact and I just had to make the decision not to go in during the [Kansas City] game. But I’ve never really been through something like that,” Shepard mentioned on Wednesday. “when I was younger I dealt with it a lot. But it kind of stopped after a while and then, I don’t know, that one [recently] just hit me real hard. And the crazy thing was, it was lasting for so many days. I just didn’t know what was going on. I did not know if it was migraines, or what, but I wasn’t feeling too good at all.”
Giants’ injury report
Did not observe
LB Jonathan Casillas (neck/wrist)
DT Damon Harrison (elbow)
OL Justin Pugh (back)
LB B.J. Goodson (ankle)
LB Calvin Munson (quad)