Sport Saquon Barkley, Evan Engram are back for Giants; Sterling Shepard remains out
Giants rule out Saquon Barkley
The Giants have closed the door on running back Saquon Barkley‘s chances of playing this weekend. Head coach Pat Shurmur trumpeted the idea of having Barkley back in the lineup after missing one game with a high ankle sprain, but Barkley was ruled out by the team on Friday. Shurmur also scoffed at timelines that [more]Head coach Pat Shurmur trumpeted the idea of having Barkley back in the lineup after missing one game with a high ankle sprain, but Barkley was ruled out by the team on Friday.
Daniel Jones had to be all smiles on Friday.
Saquon Barkley and Evan Engram are not on the injury report and are expected to play Sunday as the Giants (2-4) host the Arizona Cardinals (2-3-1).
Head coach Pat Shurmur oddly said both players are available but he chose not to say they are definitively back. But they’re back.
Sterling Shepard (concussion) and Corey Ballentine (concussion) are out. Wayne Gallman and Olsen Pierre may play if they clear the protocol.
Barkley is returning exactly four weeks after sustaining a high right ankle sprain at Tampa Bay in the second quarter of Jones’ first start.
Engram is back despite a sprained MCL in his left knee that kept him out of last week’s Thursday night loss at New England.
'I hope you rot in hell': Woman tells convicted killer after verdict
Marlon Shepard was found guilty of charges including aggravated murder in the 2013 fatal shooting of a man as his fiancee and young daughter watched.As a Hamilton County sheriff’s deputy quickly pushed Shepard out of the courtroom – his hands shackled – a woman responded: “I hope you rot in hell.
Gallman would return from a concussion sustained in the first quarter against Minnesota two games ago that kept him out of the Patriots loss, as well.
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