Here is the latest news and possible return dates for Giants players…
Aug. 26, 7:25 p.m.
Through just one half of preseason football, five Giants went down with game-ending injuries against the Jets on Saturday night.
TE Chris Myarick was ruled out with a hand injury and rookie WR Bryce Ford-Wheaton‘s night ended early due to a knee injury.
OL Wyatt Davis then went down with an ankle injury in the second quarter and had to be carted off the field and was quickly ruled out.
Aug. 24, 12:15 p.m.
Head coach Brian Daboll provided an update on Tommy Sweeney after the Giants tight end suffered what the team called a “medical event” at practice on Wednesday.
Ahead of Thursday’s practice, Daboll said Sweeney was “still going through some evaluations,” but that he was “not going to get into anything specific.”
“I don’t want to say he’s OK because I’m not a physician,” Daboll said, via Bob Brookover of NJ Advanced Media. “I saw him this morning … and I just want to let everybody know he’s in good spirits and he’s doing all right.”
The head coach said that Sweeney’s father was in the crowd at practice and was brought into the team’s practice facility to see his son.
“Any time someone goes down, it’s always a scary thing,” Daboll said.
Sweeney was down for “several minutes and being worked on by multiple medical personnel” before eventually being carted off of the field, according to reports from practice. The Giants released a statement after practice that the former Don Bosco Prep standout was “stable, alert and conversant.”
Aug. 23, 2:45 p.m.
Giants tight end Tommy Sweeney suffered what the team is calling a “medical event” while working on a side field during Wednesday’s training camp practice.
ESPN’s Jordan Raanan reports that Sweeney was down for “several minutes and being worked on by multiple medical personnel” before eventually being carted off of the field.
Sweeney is “stable, alert and conversant,” according to an update given by the team to reporters at the facility.
Sweeney, 28, is a Ramsey, N.J. native and Don Bosco Prep product. He spent his first three seasons with the Buffalo Bills before signing with the Giants this offseason.
Aug. 16, 3:55 p.m.
Giants tackle Evan Neal has cleared the concussion protocol, the team announced.
Neal practiced without a non-contact jersey, the final step of the protocol and visited an independent doctor Wednesday afternoon after practice before getting cleared.
This clears the way for the tackle to be available for Friday’s preseason game at MetLife Stadium against the Carolina Panthers.
Aug. 16, 10:00 a.m.
Evan Neal is still in the concussion protocol, but head coach Brian Daboll said Wednesday the right tackle is “trending in the right direction” toward clearing the protocol ahead of the Giants’ preseason game Friday against the Carolina Panthers.
Neal was at the team’s practice Tuesday, but wearing a red non-contact jersey.
Cole Beasley was held out of practice Wednesday with a leg injury, Daboll said the WR “got a little something.”
Wide receiver Wan’Dale Robinson is “making progress” as he is looking to come off the PUP list.
Daboll confirmed defensive lineman Ryder Anderson (triceps) will not play in Friday’s preseason game,
Aug. 14, 9:51 a.m.
Giants head coach Brian Daboll provided some injury updates as Big Blue gets back on the practice field ahead of Friday’s preseason matchup with the Carolina Panthers:
– Right tackle Evan Neal remains in the concussion protocol, but he will do some non-contact work on Monday
– Defensive tackle D.J. Davidson, a fifth-round pick in 2022, has passed his physical and has now been activated off of the PUP List. The Arizona State product appeared in five games for the Giants last season before tearing his ACL
– Wide receiver Collin Johnson (knee) will not practice on Monday, but the team does not consider his injury to be serious
– Cornerback Cor’Dale Flott, dealing with an abdominal injury, will practice on Monday
Aug. 7, 10:25 a.m.
Speaking with reporters prior to Monday’s walkthrough practice, head coach Brian Daboll announced that defensive tackle A’Shawn Robinson and guard Marcus McKethan have passed their physicals and have been activated off of the PUP list.
Meanwhile, starting right tackle Evan Neal remains in the concussion protocol, but he will travel with the team to Detroit later in the afternoon. The Giants will hold joint practices with the Lions before playing their preseason opener against them on Friday night.
Aug. 5, 4:50 p.m.
Giants head coach Brian Daboll gave a few updates on players including on former first-round pick Evan Neal.
Neal, who left Friday’s practice with a concussion, remains in protocol per Daboll. DL Ryder Anderson will be out a “few weeks” due to a triceps injury. Azeez Ojulari is being held out of practice for a second consecutive day to rest him.
Aug. 4, 1:45 p.m.
The Giants announced offensive tackle Evan Neal, who left Friday’s practice early, has sustained a concussion and entered the protocol.
Neal, the seventh overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, played in 13 games during his rookie season after sustaining an MCL injury in October that kept him out for a few weeks.
Aug. 1, 10:30 a.m.
The Giants have placed center J.C. Hassenauer on injured reserve with a tricep injury and signed interior offensive lineman Sean Harlow, the team announced Tuesday.
“He’ll be out long term,” head coach Brian Daboll said Monday about Hassenauer. “He got a tricep. He’s going to end up having surgery, which is too bad.”
Harlow, 28, played the past two seasons with the Arizona Cardinals, making eight starts in 32 games. He was a fourth-round pick in 2017 by the Atlanta Falcons and appeared in just one game for the team in 2019.
The 6-foot-4, 284-pound Harlow played center for 64.9 percent of his 228 snaps last season, with the rest coming at left guard. However, he was at left guard for 83 percent of his 441 snaps in 2021, with the rest coming at center.
July 31, 11:22 a.m.
The Giants’ offensive line depth took a blow on Monday, with head coach Brian Daboll telling reporters that center J.C. Hassenauer suffered a triceps injury that will require surgery and keep him out “long term.”
Hassenauer, 27, signed with the Giants this offseason after appearing in 45 games for the Pittsburgh Steelers over the last three seasons.
He had a chance to compete for the starting center job, along with rookie John Michael Schmitz and fourth-year pro Ben Bredeson.
July 25, 4:05 p.m.
A day ahead of the team’s first training camp practice, the Giants have placed six players on the physically unable to perform list. Anyone placed on the PUP list can be activated at any time.
Headlining that group are wide receivers Sterling Shepard and Wan’Dale Robinson. Both players are working their way back from knee injuries they suffered while playing with Big Blue last season.
According to Art Stapleton of USA Today, Shepard has looked good in his recovery and he isn’t expected to stay on the PUP list long. Robinson is also progressing well, but he may be a bit further behind.
New York also placed free agent signing DT A’Shawn Robinson on the PUP list as he works his way back from a torn meniscus he suffered late last season in a game with the Rams.
Robinson missed the final seven games of the regular season due to the injury.
The other three players we won’t see out there during practice tomorrow include cornerback Aaron Robinson, defensive tackle D.J. Davidson and guard Marcus McKethan.
Additionally, veteran wide receiver Jamison Crowder (calf) will be sidelined with a non-football injury.