Sean Locklear injury: Giants OT suffers gruesome-looking leg injury on Monday night

Howard Smith-US PRESSWIRE

New York Giants offensive lineman Sean Locklear went down with a potentially serious right leg injury on Monday NIght Football against the Washington Redskins.

Locklear, the Giants right tackle on Monday night, was blocking for Giants running back Andre Brown, who was coming along the edge after taking a handoff. Locklear got his leg tied up with a Redskins player as Brown passed by him and he tried to turn around. He twisted it somehow and the Giants medical personnel tended to him. He was then carted off the field.

David Diehl has returned to the lineup, replacing Locklear.

Locklear is 6'4 and 301 pounds. Losing him would be tough as it would any offensive tackle that can start.

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