Good morning New York Giants fans! Here are you news updates for this Tuesday morning.
Will we see the return of Will Beatty?
Tom Coughlin addressed the media with an "update" on left tackle Will Beatty, but has given out little details. He has said that no decision has been made as of yet. However, as Ralph Vacchiano writes, the Giants only have this week to activate him or Beatty will have to be placed on the injured reserved list.
Giants have to activate T Will Beatty or IR him this week. Tom Coughlin was noncommittal today on the Giants' plans.— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) November 9, 2015
Coughlin's response on the Beatty situation now has the pundits doubting if Beatty will return at all this season.
Tom Coughlin's murky answers on Will Beatty make us wonder if he'll be activated this week. If he's not added to 53, he goes on IR.— Tom Rock (@TomRock_Newsday) November 9, 2015
Agree with @TomRock_Newsday re: TC's answer re: Beatty. If he isn't actuvated off PUP, he would stay on PUP since he didn't pass a physical.— Patricia Traina (@Patricia_Traina) November 9, 2015
Reuben Randle is feeling healthier
In better injury related news, Randle has said that he is still feeling the effects of his knee tendinitis that has plagued him all season. He also believes that it will no longer be an issue relatively soon.
The good news for Randle, who had knee tendinitis flare up on him in the summer, is that he might be coming to the end of the tunnel regarding this injury.
"It’s still a little sore, but it’s better than the past weeks," he told reporters during a Monday conference call.
"As much as I can, I try to rest it to allow me to go longer in the game. Just trying to find a way to manage my way around it."
Randle is confident that this injury won’t be a season-long hindrance.
"No, probably one more week and then after the bye, hopefully I’ll be where I can go out there and play full speed," he said.
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