Saquon Barkley is sure he will return as solid as ever from his season-finishing injury.
“Going to be one serious story,” the Giants star running back composed Monday on Instagram, close by a picture of himself being offed the field in the wake of tearing his privilege ACL during Sunday’s misfortune to the Bears.
Barkley apparently heard what Joe Judge had said hours sooner, when the Giants first-year lead trainer told columnists, “I wouldn’t nod off on (No.) 26. It will be a helluva story.”
It for the most part takes about a year for competitors to recoup from an ACL tear, however individual prominent running back Adrian Peterson got back from an ACL and MCL tear inside eight months to win MVP in 2012.
The essence of the Giants, Barkley battled behind a feeble hostile line in Week 1 when he ran for 6 yards on 15 conveys. He had 28 yards on four conveys Sunday before falling gracelessly following a perfect tackle.
The 0-2 Giants are currently looking for a substitution back, and plan on working out previous Atlanta Falcons starter Devonta Freeman this week.