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Giants WR Sterling Shepard suffers torn left ACL, season is over: ‘freaky accident'

2 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

It's as bad as the Giants initially feared: Sterling Shepard tore the ACL in his left knee. His season is over, if not his Giants career.
The veteran wide receiver dropped to the MetLife Stadium turf in agony and grabbed his left leg after suffering a non-contact injury late in Monday night's fourth quarter against the Dallas Cowboys .
“He worked so diligently to get back, and I feel terrible for him that he had that injury,” head coach Brian Daboll said in Tuesday's conference call. “He's a big part of our team, and we'll miss him out on the field.”
The Giants' only healthy receivers are...
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