Giants Wide Receiver Unlikely To Play In Week 5

The New York Giants have shocked the NFL world through four weeks, with a 3-1 record, and with the great defence and the rejuvenation of Saquon Barkley's career, there's a chance that they can continue this hot streak into the near future. Unfortunately for New York, after losing Sterling Shepherd to an ACL tear, they likely won't be getting any reinforcements at the wide receiver position in Week 5, as it appears that once again, second year receiver Kadarius Toney has missed practice, and may not be available for the teams matchup in London against the Green Bay Packers.

Toney has been injury prone throughout his entire career, and after returning to practice, he was missing again on Thursday, and at this point, it's just quite baffling how easily and often he gets injured, as he's appeared in just two games this year, with 2 catches for 0 yards on the season.

At this point, the Giants are likely to move forward with the though in mind of Toney not playing every week, but if he can get back on the field, the team will have a very speedy and effective receiver out there. As of now however, the Giants are likely to be without him again in Week 5, and if they want to beat the Green Bay Packers, they'll need all their healthy players to be at their absolute best.

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