Saquon Barkley: New York Giants running back suffers high-ankle sprain

New York Giants running Saquon Barkley left Sunday’s game with a right ankle injury in the second quarter in Tampa Bay and was ruled from the team.
Based on ESPN, Barkley will have an MRI on Monday and has a sprain.
Since the second half began, the second-year back was to the sidelines on crutches and in a walking boot.
He hopped across the area crutches in tow, on a single foot, to celebrate team-mates after the Giants won 32-31 rookie quarterback Daniel Jones’ second rushing touchdown in directing fashion.
Barkley was wounded when Bucs safety Mike Edwards went to make a handle after Barkley tried to get out of boundaries and caught a brief pass by Jones.
The drama occurred with over three minutes left in the Giants and the first half trailing 18-10.
Barkley limped to the locker room with help.
Tampa Bay would score 10 more points to take a 28-10 lead into the locker room, however the Giants scored 22 of the last 25 points.
Barkley entered the match with 227 rushing yards on 29 carries (7.8 typical )and seven grabs for 47 yards and a touchdown in two games.
He had 27 Sunday getting and 10 yards rushing .
The 2018 Offensive Rookie of the Year had 1,307 yards 721 yards getting on 91 grabs and 15 touchdowns as a rookie last year.

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