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New York Giants Will Place Jon Beason on PUP; Mario Manningham, Will Beatty “Limited”

July 21st, 2014 at 5:00 PM
By Dan Benton

Training camp is officially underway and the New York Giants have now concluded their conditioning test. Of the 89 players to participate (Chris Snee no longer on roster), only linebacker Jon Beason (foot) failed to participate and will be placed on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list. Meanwhile, both wide receiver Mario Manningham (knee) and tackle Will Beatty (leg) participated were cleared and will be "limited" to start training camp. Offensive line John Jerry (knee) was also fully cleared to practice, but may also be limited to start.

Being placed on PUP to start training camp does not mean Beason will miss any regular season time, but had to be placed on the list in order to be eligible, if need be, to start the season on PUP. The team can still remove him at any point prior to the start of the regular season, but if he remains on the list as of Week 1, he will have to miss, at minimum, the first six weeks of the regular season.

Meanwhile, after failing to participate at all during Organized Team Activities (OTAs) and mini-camp, seeing Manningham, Beatty and Jerry cleared on the same day as running back David Wilson (neck) is a huge plus and a boost for Big Blue.

The first practice of training camp gets underway tomorrow, while the first padded practice of camp is still a few days away.


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6 Responses to “New York Giants Will Place Jon Beason on PUP; Mario Manningham, Will Beatty “Limited””

  1.  Krow says:

    Just precautionary stuff … nothing to get too worked up about.

  2.  kujo says:

    Beatty is said to have really surprised everyone by not only participating, but running very well.

  3.  GOAT56 says:

    This is great news. Beason was always going to start the year on PUP. But having Beatty, Jerry and Manningham not start on PUP is very exciting news.

  4.  fanfor55years says:

    Good news about these guys but with Beatty the issue isn’t whether he can run. It’s can he stand up to a bull rush?

    The guy flying under the radar is Manningham. Everyone is forgetting how good he could be now that he has league experience and has escaped from the Niners and the stupid offense of Gilbride that required reads that we’re tough for the receivers. When Mario was at Michigan and free of complex reads he was practically uncoverable. He could have a really good season. Eli has to trust him. After all, he caught what was probably the best throw-and-catch in NFL history.

  5.  jb322 says:

    Can’t wait to see just how good this team can be. I really like the makeup of this team. One last note on Snee, and then I’ll let it go. He was a tremendous lineman for this team early in his career. But how he was allowed to draw the salary he did for the last 2-3 years was unconscionable. And to those who say he didn’t hurt our team, sorry, I’m not buying it. So I applaud the man for everything he gave us early in his career, The last two years were just terrible and I fear he was a great detriment to the team. It was past time for him to go.

  6.  wduda83 says:

    Adrian Robinson certainly looks the part, but that is nothing new. If he can put it together this season along with our improvements along the line and a stable of running backs, this could be a HUGE turn around on the offensive side of the ball.

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