Jon Beason carted off field at Giants OTAs


Just because they’re supposed to be non-contact workouts this time of year, it doesn’t make them safe.

The latest injury could be in Giants OTAs, though there’s no word yet on the severity.

Via Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports, Giants middle linebacker Jon Beason was carted off the field to the locker room.

Beason re-upped with the Giants this offseason, after playing well last year following his trade from the Panthers. He stabilized the middle of the defense, and would be a significant loss if it’s anything serious.

21 responses to “Jon Beason carted off field at Giants OTAs

  1. Man, Sean lee, Sean Witherspoon and now reason. The nfl should check these oat’s out. Losing core players to injury in oat’s is terrible. Gotta be some way to prevent it.

  2. WHAT? Hmm wonder if the NFL will be called into the Atlanta and NY training camp to investigate like everyone wanted when Sean Lee went down. Nooo no that would be preposterous.

  3. 90 men on a roster x32 teams is almost 3,000 guys running, cutting, planting and of course a “tad” of contact in non-contact drills simply because their competitive juice is flowing. This stuff is bound to happen.

  4. I watched a lot of his off season training and he puts in work… I hate that for him, because he really works hard… gifted LB at that…Speedy recovery…makes you wonder about the type of off season training a player does because i believe that although your making all kinds of gains via speed and strength and quickness it has to mean nothing if it doesn’t hold together…might need to trade in some reps in the weight-room for some yoga to incorporate strengthened of the well built structure… Indeed…

  5. Too many injuries with key players on teams being lost for the year in meaning less practices. Here’s how you fix it: get rid of a 1/3 of the teams, you know the teams that suck anyway (Vikings, Bills, Raiders, Jags etc. etc). Now the remaining teams can have deep rosters so an injury in May/June won’t cripple them come the real season. You’re welcome NFL.

  6. Based on reports, his “ankle” was the 1st thing and he rode upfront as a precaution in the cart.
    Like all injuries, will see, Tom Coughlin.

  7. joeflaccoallday says: Jun 12, 2014 11:55 AM

    “Still got them over the Eagles.”

    your name says it all, you know NOTHING about football buddy, try soccer!!

    giants 5-11 this seas and Tom gets fired in January!

  8. umainebearman says:
    Jun 12, 2014 11:58 AM
    WHAT? Hmm wonder if the NFL will be called into the Atlanta and NY training camp to investigate like everyone wanted when Sean Lee went down. Nooo no that would be preposterous.


    Well, let’s see. Weatherspoon and Beason both injured themselves while they were running. They weren’t performing drills and most importantly, there was absolutely zero contact when they went down.

    You do know the Cowboys weren’t investigated for Sean Lee’s injury, right? They were investigated because the NFL thought the contact between Sean Lee and Zack Martin that was caught on tape may have caused the injury.

    What’s preposterous is that you are unable to know the difference and would rather just whine and whine and whine.

  9. The Ryan Nassib era is already in trouble. Beason’s career is finished. That brings the total of valuable players from last year who are gone to way too many. My man Justin Tuck. The best DB in Giants history, Will Hill. The super lockdown CB duo of Corey Webster and Aaron Ross. Pile driver David Baas. Brandon Myers and Hakeem Nicks, the two top offensive weapons on the Giants. The list keeps going. Even Luke Petitgout came out of retirement to replace Will Beatty after his career ending injury is back in retirement after being arrested.

    My Giants need a few more years to rebuild.

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