Giants’ Sterling Shepard back in concussion protocol, declared out vs Cowboys

Giants’ Sterling Shepard back in concussion protocol, declared out vs Cowboys


Sterling Shepard reported to the Giants on Saturday that he did not feel well. The Giants decided he would not play in Monday night’s home game against the Dallas Cowboys despite plans to return him to action  “He practiced fully this week and was limited with no contact the two weeks before that,” coach Pat Shurmur said in a statement released Sunday “He told (Sr. VP Medical Services/Head Athletic Trainer) Ronnie (Barnes) last evening (Saturday) he didn’t feel well and was sent for examination and evaluation Advertisement  “When he arrived for work this morning, he still did not feel well At that point, the decision was made to continue in the concussion protocol.”  Shepard has missed the past three games after suffering a concussion against Minnesota on Oct 6 — his second concussion within a month. He was cleared from the protocol on Friday afternoon after an appointment with the independent neurological consultant  But now he is back in the protocol.  This is a developing story. Check back for updates

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