"We'll see how he responds to treatment and go from there".
Had the injury been a torn ACL, MCL or even a high ankle sprain, Shepard could have been lost for several weeks to a full year.
It has been confirmed by many media outlets that second-year wide-receiver #Sterling Shepard has injured his leg at practice today.
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The article states that the NFL Network has said "that doctors were examining his left ankle".
Before taking the practice field Wednesday, Shepard took the time to wish his mother a happy birthday on Instagram.
The team focused on improving the team's offense, which struggled heavily last season.
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Shepard, who had 65 catches for 683 yards and eight touchdowns last season as a rookie, remained down on the sideline in obvious pain while being attended to by trainers. Usually when a player tears up they know the outcome isn't good.
Shepard was poised to be a starter once again this season alongside Odell Beckham Jr. and Brandon Marshall. He had a down 2016 season due to injury and the New York Jets' quarterback situation. Behind Shepard on the wide receiver depth chart is unproven talent.
This would be the best possible scenario for Shepard and the Giants.
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