Safety Nat Berhe, a second-year player who never really got a chance to compete for a job he had an excellent chance of winning, took to Twitter Saturday to indicate that his recent calf surgery will end his 2015 season with the New York Giants.
Yea, my seasons over. https://t.co/n0uSoYP703— Nat Berhe (@NatBerhe) September 5, 2015
Multiple media reports have confirmed that Berhe will be placed on injured reserve. That is a fate that Berhe, a 2014 fifth-round draft choice, had hoped to avoid.
Berhe missed almost all of OTAs and mini-camp, then practiced only a couple of times during training camp before being diagnosed with a hardened blood clot in his troublesome calf.
As of now, it is still uncertain who the Giants' safeties will be in 2015. Unfortunately, though, we know that Berhe won't get the opportunity to be one of them.
Again, I appreciate all of your prayers, kind words and well wishes. Now I get to focus on getting back to 100% which is great. Stay classy— Nat Berhe (@NatBerhe) September 5, 2015
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