The neck injury to Giants center David Baas is causing “migraine-like” headaches that could potentially end his season. (The Steelers approve of the term “migraine-like.”)
“I really want to play football, but my health is very important to me,” Baas said Wednesday via Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News. “They’re going to make the best decision.”
Baas’ availability for this week’s game in Dallas sounds unlikely at best. Nine Giants missed practice Wednesday, including six starters.
It’s fair to wonder if the Giants have reached the tipping point with all their injuries. Then again, a lot of folks thought they reached that point in the preseason.