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Giants injury update: B.J Goodson, Justin Pugh hurt

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Injury woes continue for Giants

NFL: Seattle Seahawks at New York Giants
B.J. Goodson defends against Jimmy Graham.
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The New York Giants have suffered a handful of injuries during Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks.

Middle linebacker B.J. Goodson left the game with an ankle injury suffered in the first half. The Giants were already missing Jonathan Casillas (neck) and Calvin Munson (quad), who were both inactive.

Right tackle Justin Pugh left the game in the second half with a back injury. He was replaced at right tackle by Bobby Hart.

Safety Nat Berhe was being evaluated for a possible concussion. Berhe had concussion issues last season, as he suffered two of them. If he has a third, that could be a long-term concern. Berhe, fortunately, was cleared to return.

Reserve defensive end Cap Capi is out with a hamstring injury.

On top of those injuries, wide receiver Sterling Shepard (ankle) did not play despite practicing during the week. As of Sunday morning, Shepard had been expected to be in the Giants’ lineup.

More on these as information becomes available.