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Draft Scout Larry Donnell News
11/26/15 - TE Larry Donnell of the Giants is unlikely to play Sunday against the Redskins after suffering a setback with a neck injury.
Donnell went for another MRI exam on his injured neck and was held out of practice on Wednesday. He was first injured in Week 8 against the New Orleans Saints on Nov. 1.
"We thought it was just spasms and a strain," Donnell told the New York Daily News. "I feel fine now, but I mean, obviously something is wrong. So we've just got to figure it out and see what the process is. I thought I'd be OK by now. The plan was to go into the bye and it would be 100 percent. But it's not."
Donnell has 29 receptions for 223 yards and two touchdowns in eight games this season.
11/26/15 - TE Larry Donnell (neck) missed his second day of practice Thursday and will not play Sunday. Donnell underwent an MRI on Wednesday, the results of which have not yet been disclosed. There is some concern that Donnell's neck injury will keep him out beyond this weekend and that it could cost him the rest of the regular season. No decision in that regard is expected to be made until Saturday at the soonest.
11/23/15 - TE Larry Donnell (neck) returned to practice on Monday. Donnell insisted that he's 100 percent over his injury, which he characterized as muscle spasms, and said that he will be able to play Sunday against Washington.
11/16/15 - TE Larry Donnell, who has missed the last two games with a neck injury, said he believes he'll be ready to go when the Giants return from the bye week.
11/13/15 - TE Larry Donnell will miss his second game in a row with a neck injury after being ruled out against the Patriots on Sunday.