CB Justin Tryon suffers a broken arm; headed to IR

CB Justin Tryon may have saved the day when he made a terrific special teams tackle on Dolphins RB Reggie Bush that resulted in a four-yard loss. But what’s even more impressive is that he did it with a broken right arm that now requires surgery. Tryon, who the Giants just signed a few weeks ago, will head to season-ending IR and will require surgery, this according to Giants head coach Tom Coughlin. With Tyron now gone, Tryon gave the Giants the ability to but S Deon Grant in the box and allow him to play up. Now without CB Justin Tryon, the Giants will need CB Prince Amukamara even more now. Coughlin went so far as to say that Tryon was an “inspiration to me” by playing with a severely broken arm for two quarters.

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5 Responses to “CB Justin Tryon suffers a broken arm; headed to IR”

  1. Júlio César says:

    respect for the dude’s effort

  2. bd98711 says:

    Wow a shocker! Another defensive player on IR…

  3. CHeeKZ Money says:


    KID PLAYED A GREAT GAME….all around. He was fantastic all game. I was just thinking we found a great 4th CB. and now this?

    If it heals nice, bring this kid back nxt year Jerry

  4. lhotta says:

    He was the best thing we’ve seen on special teams in a long time. We’re going to miss him in that area as well

  5. Big Daddy says:

    Like I said Reese finds players and for some reason they seem to get injured. It’s such a violent sport, the players are so big, fast and strong. I truly feel that the players are not protected with enough padding, they refuse to wear a lot because it slows them down. Some players don’t even wear knee pads. Maximum padding should be mandatory, knee braces should be mandatory.

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