Whereas the flexibility of the New York Giants’ protection to make essential stops throughout the upcoming season remains to be up for debate, head coach Pat Shurmur goes into the 2019 slate with firsthand data that at the least somebody round him can make an enormous deal with.
And he or she’s an excellent canine, sure she is.
After exhibiting as much as his Monday press convention with a contemporary scrape on the left facet of his face, the Giants’ second-year coach revealed to reporters he’d been sacked by his canine, the New York Publish reported.
Relying on what else the four-legged defender can do, it may give new which means to the game’s PUP checklist — by no means thoughts making an attempt a pooch kick.
CLEVELAND BROWNS’ CHAD THOMAS SUFFERS NECK INJURY IN SCARY MOMENT AT PRACTICE
“I used to be placing the canine out, and he or she’s an enormous lady so she type of ran between my legs and I simply tripped,” Shurmur mentioned. “That was it.”
The Giants coach’s lower is barely the newest damage (and probably the most minor) to chew Huge Blue this offseason.
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP
Vast receiver Sterling Shepard fractured his thumb on the primary day of coaching camp and fellow wideout Amba Etta-Tawo tore his Achilles. Defensive again DeAndre Baker suffered a sprained knee.