Giants' Brandon Marshall To Undergo Season Ending Surgery

Doug Mendoza
October 11, 2017

Three-time Pro Bowl receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has had surgery for a broken left ankle.

But they face another long stretch without Watt, who fractured his left leg in Sunday's loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, and also lost linebacker Whitney Mercilus for the season with a torn pectoral muscle. It didn't explain the schedule change.

Aside from Beckham, the Giants also had to finish the game without wide receivers Dwayne Harris (broken foot), Sterling Shepard (ankle) and Brandon Marshall (ankle).

This has to be one of the worst years in Giants history, and we're only five games into the season.

Meanwhile, Marshall and Shepard both have ankle injuries and are expected to miss some time.

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The 12-year veteran announced the news in an Instagram post late Monday.

Marshall has 18 catches on 33 targets for 154 yards through 5 games this season.

OBJ will play under the fifth-year option on his rookie contract next season before reaching free agency in 2019. The Giants placed Beckham and Harris, who is primarily a kick returner, on injured reserve.

'I spoke to him after the game, ' coach Ben McAdoo said Monday during a conference call with reporters. "Next man up. Hate to see it but it's part of the game", McAdoo said.

After that, the No. 1 wideout is Roger Lewis, who was the only available wide receiver during the game on Sunday. He lasted four years with the Broncos before being benched by former coach Josh McDaniels at the end of the 2009 season and traded to the Dolphins a few months later. He was not at full strength against the Lions, caught two touchdown passes in Philadelphia and hauled in a 48-yard scoring pass early in the fourth quarter against the Chargers before fracturing his ankle.

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