New York Giants running back Rashad Jennings suffered a left knee sprain, but he said that his MRI indicated the injury isn’t serious and he will heal from it soon.
The New York Giants received an injury scare on offense despite winning their third game in a row against the Atlanta Falcons. Running back Rashad Jennings sprained his left knee and was replaced by rookie Andre Williams.
However, the Giants appear to be fortunate since Jennings has a brace on his left knee and will not likely need surgery. The running back himself said that the MRI showed that his knee will be fully healed soon.
The Giants showed that they can thrive with Williams as their starting running back, but Jennings being there with him would only help their offense.
Here is a tweet from NFL Network reporter Kimberly Jones giving an update on Jennings’ knee sprain.
Rashad Jennings has brace on left knee. Says he “definitely” does not need surgery. Says MRI indicated “it’ll heal up.”
— Kimberly Jones (@KimJonesSports) October 6, 2014