Ever since injuring his knee in the second week of the preseason against the Indianapolis Colts last month, New York Giants starting center David Baas has been focusing on getting back for the regular season.
Baas was unable to play for the Giants this past Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys, as Kevin Boothe played at center and James Brewer stepped in to play left guard. Baas took a major step in the right direction as he returned to the Giants practice and is extremely hopeful of being able to suit up and play for the first time against the Denver Broncos on Sunday, as he told Conor Orr of the Newark-Star Ledger.
"That's my plan," Baas said. "Today was a big step forward and we're just going to keep monitoring it day by day. Last week, it didn't work out, I prepared myself like I was going to play. This week, I'm going to do the exact same thing."
Baas will continue to test his MCL in practice to see if he can fully go on Sunday afternoon against the Broncos. If he is able to, it would give the Giants their first chance to see what the starting offensive line can do playing together in 2013. During Wednesday's practice, Baas really felt good about what he was able to do in the field.
"I feel like we definitely made some progress today," he said.
When Baas went down with the injury back on August 18, the original timetable for the injury was 3-6 weeks. Currently, this is the third week of that original said timetable, so if Baas can get back on the field and play for the Giants, then all of the hard work he had been doing to get back healthy would have paid off, as the Giants are looking to avoid starting off the season 0-2.
- Be sure to like Giants 101 on Facebook, follow Giants 101 on Twitter & +1Giants 101 on Google+
- Be sure to “like” Sports Media 101 on Facebook and to follow Sports Media 101 on Twitter
- Subscribe to Sports Media 101 using Google Currents
You're not an average fan, so why wear an average shirt to represent your team? LogoWear brings some originality to the game and will help you be the star of your team's following - not the third guy in off the bench. Your team isn't just another team. Don't be caught wearing just another shirt. Make a statement with LogoWear!
Your man cave is your home field advantage for every game. When the game is on the line, you should be able to look around and be reminded of the great moments you've watched unfold in that very room! MJR Sports Integrity offers a wide range or team and player-specific memorabilia that can do just that and take your game day room to the next level. Find your inspiration at MJR Sports Integrity and will your team to victory!David Baas, Football, James Brewer, Kevin Boothe, New York, New York Giants, NFL
No related posts.
Short URL: http://sport-ne.ws/10nf