Giants offensive lineman 'likely' dealing with career-ending neck injury: Report

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The Giants placed offensive lineman Matt Gono on the exempt/left squad list earlier this week, and Jordan Raanan of ESPN reports that it could be due to a “likely” career-ending neck injury.

Per Raanan, Gano started feeling symptoms in his neck, which needed surgery last year, when hitting and full contact began at training camp this week. Gono left the team to meet with the doctor who performed his neck surgery.

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Gono, 26, signed back in January after being released by the Falcons. He missed all of last season with the neck injury that required surgery.

The undrafted free agent attended high school in New Jersey, and played a full 16 games in 2020.

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