Giants' Marshall to undergo season-ending ankle surgery

Giants' Marshall to undergo season-ending ankle surgery

Giants' Marshall to undergo season-ending ankle surgery

Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.'s season is over after the All-Pro fractured his left ankle during New York's 27-22 loss in San Diego on Sunday.

Marshall was one of the four NYG wide receivers injured during Sunday's loss and he will also require surgery to fix his injured ankle.

Philip Rivers threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Melvin Gordon with 2:58 to play and the Chargers rallied to beat the Giants in a game worthy of two teams that started the season 0-4. This game has shown me who I really am good and bad. Watt missed most of last season with an injury as well, and you have to wonder how this is going to affect his playing status in the long-term. Technically, Sterling Shepard is still around, though he also suffered an injury against the Chargers. The Giants placed him and wideout Dwayne Harris on injured reserve on Monday.

The Giants have promoted a few wide receivers and re-signed some players that have had some time with the team. In fact, Marshall has a 1,000-yard season with four different National Football League teams. If Shepard is unavailable this week, the Giants have only one healthy receiver who has been on their roster all season -Roger Lewis Jr.

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Head coach Bill O'Brien confirmed that both were season-ending injuries, a day after defensive end Watt broke his left leg and Mercilus, a linebacker, tore a pectoral muscle in a loss to Kansas City.

Josina Anderson tweets that Marshall has announced that his season is over.

McAdoo did not comment if Beckham's injury posed long-term effects. Darius Powe is on the team's actual depth chart on their website, but he was signed to the practice squad to replace Rudolph.

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