The Giants face a must win game in Week 3 against Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers. With that in mind, let’s take a look at who will be ready to take the field for Big Blue, and who will be watching from the sidelines in our Week 3 New York Giants injury report.
Entering Week 3, the Giants looked like they were at their healthiest point since OTA’s. Then on Wednesday, Corey Webster’s name showed up on the injury report with a hip issue. Webster was supposed to be a key part of the Giants defensive plans this week as the Giants face off against a mobile quarterback in Cam Newton. If Webster cannot play expect to see Terrell Thomas or Aaron Ross step up in his absence.
David Diehl still remains sidelined while recovering from thumb surgery. Word out of the Giants facility is that Diehl is close, but likely to miss at least one more week as he gets his hand healthy enough to take the field. The Giants will welcome Diehl back with open arms as the team has struggled up front to keep pressure off Eli Manning and run the football with any consistency.
Complete Week 3 injury report
CB Corey Webster (hip)
T David Diehl (thumb)
TE Adrien Robinson (foot)
G Brandon Mosley (back)
QB Ryan Nassib (ankle)