New York Giants’ rookie wide receiver Roger Lewis Jr. left the game against the Chicago Bears in the second quarter and is being evaluated for a concussion. Lewis was slow to his feet after a first-down reception. He would exit the game and be evaluated on the sideline, before returning to the Giants’ locker room.
#Giants Injury Update: WR Roger Lewis Jr. being evaluated for concussion.— New York Giants (@Giants) November 20, 2016
— UPDATE 2:22 P.M.: Lewis has now been ruled out with a concussion.
The Bears lost tight end Zach Miller to an ankle injury at the end of the first half, and saw starting guard Josh Sitton carted off with a leg injury in the third quarter.
Giants’ right tackle Marshall Newhouse also left the game in the fourth quarter (knee). He was starting at left guard because of injuries to Justin Pugh and Brett Jones. Adam Gettis has replaced Newhouse. Newhouse returned to action after missing one full series.
Bears’ linebacker Leonard Floyd was carted off the field with a possible head/neck injury. He ran into a teammate with his head down and the medical staff was immediately summoned for what looked like a serious injury.