Jake Ballard's Injury Leaves Giants With One Tight End

The New York Giants are down to their final tight end on the depth chart. Jake Ballard went down with an apparent knee injury hobbling off the field midway through the fourth quarter. It's unclear exactly what happened but the team has ruled him out for the rest of the game.

Ballard limped off under his own power but was clearly in pain. It looked like the medical personnel was checking out his left knee. He was seen on the sidelines trying to jog and cut but his knee gave out and he fell down. Check out this below, watch him fall and let us know if you think he'll return:

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Ballard is the second Giants tight end to go down after Travis Beckum was lost in the first half with a torn ACL. The only tight end remaining on the roster is Bear Pascoe, third string.

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