The Giants are in bad shape with COVID-19
Sunday: Looks like the Giants won’t have cornerback Ryan Lewis who suffered a hamstring injury in practice.
Saturday: Running back Devonta Freeman is out for Monday night’s game. Here’s the entire report below.
Friday: Nothing has changed for the Giants, aside from five of their offensive lineman returning from missing Thursday’s practice due to Will Hernandez testing positive for COVID-19. With Devonta Freeman not practicing, it might be all Wayne Gallman on Monday night.
Looks like nothing as changed for the Bucs.
Thursday: The New York Giants aren’t in terrible shape when it comes to actual injuries this week. But COVID-19 has struck and things are dicey for their offensive line.
Here’s the Giants injury report for their game against the Tamp Bay Buccaneers. The good news is there is only one true injury that has resulted in a player missing practice, which was running back Devonta Freeman (ankle). The bad news is that there are six other players on the report due to COVID-19.
Sterling Shepard, Darnay Holmes and Adrian Colbert were all limited in practice.
The good news for the Giants is that they could get the rest of their offensive line back aside from Will Hernandez of course for Monday’s game. They just have to make sure they didn’t contract the virus from Hernandez before allowing them to practice and play.
According to the Bucs’ official website, the only player to not practice on Thursday was wide receiver Chris Godwin, who we already know won’t play Monday night. The following players were all limited; Rob Gronkowski, Scotty Miller, Jason Pierre-Paul and Antoine Winfield Jr.