Giants Place OL Geoff Schwartz On Season-Ending I.R.



The New York Giants announced Tuesday that they’ve officially placed OL Geoff Schwartz on season-ending injured reserve.

  • The Giants also signed OL Adam Gettis off of Oakland Raiders practice squad.


Giants HC Tom Coughlin told reporters on Monday that OL Geoff Schwartz‘s leg fracture is “not good,” per Jordan Raanan.

  • Coughlin added that they’ll likely place him on season-ending injured reserve in the coming days.


The New York Giants announced that veteran OL Geoff Schwartz has been ruled out for Sunday’s game after he sustained a fractured lower leg.

The Giants’ interesting offensive line is now without three starters, so this is a major issue for them moving forward.

Schwartz, 29, is in the second year of his four-year, $16.8 million contract that included $6.2 million guaranteed. He’ll make a base salary of $1.675 million this season and $3.925 million over the final two years of the agreement.

This season, Schwartz has appeared in 10 games and is rated by Pro Football Focus as the No. 17 guard out of 78 qualifying players.

We’ll have regarding Schwartz’s timetable to return as the news is available.

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