NFL: Giants OL Shane Lemieux (toe) heading to IR


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The New York Giants are placing offensive lineman Shane Lemieux on season-ending injured reserve, coach Brian Daboll confirmed Wednesday.

Lemieux, 25, missed the first nine games following surgery to repair a preseason toe injury.

He was activated for a Week 11 game against the Detroit Lions but promptly re-injured the toe and has not returned to the lineup.

After playing in 12 games (nine starts) as a rookie fifth-round draft pick in 2020, Lemieux has appeared in only two games over the past two seasons.

He missed 16 games in 2021 with a knee injury.

–Field Level Media


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