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Giants’ QB target Justin Herbert leaves Oregon game with apparent right shoulder injury and does not return

November 24, 2018

The Giants may be focused right now on their slim hopes of getting into the NFC East chase, but they still have to be thinking about a quarterback for the longrun.

And one of their top targets, Oregon QB Justin Herbert, left Friday’s game against Oregon State with an apparent shoulder injury.

Herbert was hit hard on a sack and could be seen grasping his throwing arm while lying on the ground, according to reports out of Oregon.

The QB was carted off the field and did not return to the game, according to NBC Sports. He was later spotted on the sidelines in street clothes.

Justin Herbert throws during the first half of Oregon’s game Friday, but he does not return for the second half. (Steve Dykes / Getty Images)

Oregon went on to beat their in-state rivals, but Herbert’s injury, depending how serious it is, could affect his draft status, or whether he even declares for the draft at all.

Giants GM Dave Gettleman watched Herbert play from the press box earlier in November, so Big Blue clearly has eyes on the potential top signal caller in the upcoming draft, should he enter it.

The 2019 draft is not as quarterback heavy, of course, as last season’s, when five signal callers went in the first round. The Giants opted to stick with Eli Manning as their man and drafted Saquon Barkley, who has had an electric start to his NFL career.

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