Giants, Board, Thomas, Eagles, Jackson

October October 18, 2020 at 5:25 p.m. By Andrew Ortenberg

There was a scary injury Giants Game Sunday, as New York receiver CJ Board Went down with a neck injury that required him to stay stable and be equipped in the field. Luckily, it looks like a bad situation was avoided. The team announced that the board was diagnosed with a sore throat and convulsions after being taken to a local hospital. Giants coach The same Judge Judge He said after the game that the initial response he received from doctors was “very positive”.

He also said the board is responsible and has movement in its limbs. With a 2017 UDFA, the board is in its first season Giants. There are seven catches for 66 yards a year on the Chattanooga product. Here he hopes to achieve a quick and complete recovery.

Now for more from the struggling NFCEST:

  • This Giants The first round rookie didn’t start Andrew Thomas The left-hander faced off on Sunday, but it wasn’t because of his influence, though he’s not playing and not even a second first-round tackle. Thomas was benched for disciplinary reasons after breaking the team rule, the judge said after the game. The judge did not go into too much detail, but he did not take it too seriously. Thomas got into the game in the second quarter and while this doesn’t seem like a big deal, it’s also not an excellent sign for fourth overall pick growth.
  • The Giants will play this Eagles This week on Thursday night football.l, and Philly is finally starting to get healthy. D. Sean Jackson He is expected to return from a hamstring injury for Game 7 this week, a source told’s Adam Schaefter (Twitter) Link). Jackson has missed the last three games as the Eagles have been besieged with injuries in the offense. Philly’s group of pass-catchers in particular has been banned, and Jackson will also threaten the much-needed vert for a passing attack. He had ten catches for 121 yards before going down in the half games.