Excerpt: "Presumed Week 3 starting right tackle Bobby Hart was lying on his back in an unusual scene at the end of Thursday’s Giants practice at Quest Diagnostics Training Center. Hart labored off the field under his own power with trainers, and the team later said Hart had experienced “cramping.” Hart said he was fine, too.
But the scene underscored the precarious state of the Giants’ offensive line depth, particularly at right tackle, where starter Marshall Newhouse (calf) is expected to miss Sunday’s game against visiting Washington after missing practice both Wednesday and Thursday.
The absence of Newhouse, who struggled prior to his injury in last week’s 16-13 win over New Orleans, leaves Hart as the likely starter with the recently re-signed, long-time Giant Will Beatty also in the fold. But offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan couldn’t endorse Beatty realistically being ready to play a whole game.
Beatty hasn’t played in a regular season game since 2014 due to injuries." Read more...