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Giants’ Barkley Out 4-8 Weeks With High-Ankle Sprain

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Giants’ Barkley Out 4-8 Weeks With High-Ankle Sprain

Giants’ Barkley Out 4-8 Weeks With High-Ankle Sprain

Big Blue knew it could be, potentially, without its best player for some time.

Those fears appear to be reality as reports surfaced Monday afternoon saying all-everything running back Saquon Barkley will miss the next four to eight weeks with a high-ankle sprain.

Katie Johnston reports.

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