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Top Joshua Ezeudu News

  • Giants' Joshua Ezeudu: Surgery goes well

    Ezeudu (toe) recently had surgery on his toe and is expected to be ready for the Giants' offseason program, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.

    The 24-year-old tackle was carted off the field with a toe injury in the Giants' Week 6 loss to the Bills and he's been on injured reserve since. Ezeudu is expected to return to the field sometime this offseason after having surgery to repair his toe, but there's no specific targeted return date just yet.

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  • Giants' Joshua Ezeudu: Season may be over

    Coach Brian Daboll said Friday it "doesn't look good" when asked about the chances of Ezeudo (toe) returning from IR this season, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.

    Ezeudu landed on IR earlier this week due to a toe injury, and it looks like the issue could keep him from returning during the 2023 campaign. He had been filling in for Andrew Thomas (hamstring), who has been ruled out for Week 7, at left tackle prior to landing on IR. The Giants will have to hope that newly signed veteran Justin Pugh can continue filling in across the O-line to keep things steady.

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  • Giants' Joshua Ezeudu: Placed on IR

    Ezeudu (toe) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.

    Ezeudu was carted off the field Sunday versus the Bills, but it's unclear if he'll miss the remainder of the 2023 campaign with a toe injury. The 24-year-old had been filling in for Andrew Thomas (hamstring) at left tackle before going down, and he was replaced by veteran Justin Pugh after he exited the game.

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  • Giants' Joshua Ezeudu: Return considered questionable

    Ezeudu (toe) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Bills, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports.

    Ezeudu got injured in the first quarter and was carted to the locker room with his shoe off. He had been filling in at left tackle for Andrew Thomas (hamstring). Justin Pugh is the next man up for New York.

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  • Giants' Joshua Ezeudu: Won't return vs. Bills

    Ezeudu (toe) has been downgraded to out Sunday against the Bills, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports.

    Ezeudu was originally deemed questionable, but he has been downgraded to out after being carted to the locker room. With Ezeudu done for the night, Justin Pugh will fill in at left tackle.

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  • Giants' Joshua Ezeudu: Reps with first team offense

    Ezeudu participated in training camp practice Monday, Patricia Traina of SI.com reports.

    Ezeudu rotated with Ben Bredeson and Tyre Phillips at left guard with the first-team offensive line. Ezeudu was placed on injured reserve in December with a neck injury, and it was later revealed that he was dealing with a shoulder issue, which he got surgery for in February. The 2022 third-round pick out of North Carolina started in two games at left guard last season and will compete to reclaim that starting role.

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  • Giants' Joshua Ezeudu: Recovering from surgery

    Ezeudu recently underwent shoulder surgery and expects to be ready for the start of training camp, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.

    Ezeudu was sidelined for the Giants' final nine games of the 2022 campaign as a result of a neck injury, and it's since been revealed that the 308-pounder also was dealing with some sort of shoulder issue given the recent procedure he underwent. He's nonetheless in line to be healthy by late July, when he'll compete for one of the starting spots on New York's offensive line.

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  • Giants' Joshua Ezeudu: Dealing with long-term injury

    Ezeudu (neck) is expected to be out for the foreseeable future, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.

    After Ezeudu was placed on injured reserve Saturday with the neck injury that has plagued him for more than a month, head coach Brian Daboll said Wednesday that his injury is a long-term one, though it's not expected to be a career-threatening one. It seems like the 23-year-old is done for the year, and in his absence, Ben Bredeson will continue to operate as the starting left guard moving forward.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-4, 308 lbs
Birthplace: Lawrenceville, GA
Age: 24
School: North Carolina
Experience: 2