New York Giants Already Face Major Injuries in 2010

June 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Two years ago, two key players for the New York Giants had offseason knee surgeries.  Fred Robbins and Barry Cofield both went under the knife during the off season to repair torn up knee ligaments and to no surprise…they had terrible seasons.
Thinking back upon the players' injuries, the press reported these surgeries as common place and as routine as drinking Gatorade on the sidelines; however, when their production slipped and there reliability was in doubt…the questions came fast and furious.
Now it's June 2010 and the New York Giants are only weeks away from Camp Coughlin, and I question why some of the key players (Kevin Boss) on the team are having “offseason” surgery so late in the game.
And what is Gilbride’s plan to run the ball when all three running backs (Ahmad Bradshaw, Brandon Jacobs, and Andre Brown) have had recent surgery?
What is to be expected when these players don’t perform to the highest le...

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