The fallout of the New York Giants’ horrific loss to the Los Angeles Chargers continuesk.
The Giants, who already lost receivers Dwayne Harris and Odell Beckham Jr. to season-ending surgeries, will also be losing receiver Brandon Marshall to a similar fate.
Tomorrow I’ll have surgery ending year 12. I’m filled with mixed emotions. I wasn’t able to produce for my team the way I wanted to but this was my greatest year to date. This game has shown me who I really am good and bad. This game has given me the opportunity to grow as a man, father, husband, teammate, leader.. . I’m so thankful for this game.. . The biggest lesson I’ve learned about myself is that Adversity kicks my Ass. I’m proud to say that after 12 years I’ve finally became the man I knew I was suppose to be by confronting Adversity with a Smile. Gods Delay isn’t Gods Denial #DueSeason
Marshall, the 12-year veteran who came to the Giants this offseason with an eye toward helping New York win a championship, injured his ankle in the second quarter of Sunday’s loss and had to be carted off the field.
Marshall, who finishes his 2017 season with 18 receptions for 154 yards. He signed a two-year deal with the Giants this past offseason worth $12 million, but if the Giants reshape their roster after this year, he’s unlikely to cash in on that second year.