Data Scout Notes: 2013: 2ndC-DE/LottFinalist...PLott...2012: 07-26-12 - Pectoral, out for 2012/NA/INJ...Rated #21 Draft eligible/#15 senior DE...#225/750...projected 6th round on 07/26/12...PHendricks...2011: NA...2010: NA/PM2nd
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11/15/17 - LB Devon Kennard (quad) was limited Wednesday. The Giants are thin at linebacker so if they can get Kennard back into the lineup, that would free up other linebacker resources to fulfill other roles.
11/08/17 - LB Devon Kennard (quad) did not practice Wednesday. If Kennard can't go, Deontae Skinner, who was signed earlier this week, would presumably get the start at the strong-side linebacker spot.
10/13/16 - LB Devon Kennard (concussion) was limited in Thursday's practice after being held out the previous day. Kennard's status for Sunday's game against the visiting Baltimore Ravens (1 p.m., ET) is still not clear, but should be known later in the week.
10/12/16 - LB Devon Kennard (concussion) did not practice Wednesday, but was out on the field with a trainer. Kennard developed concussion symptoms after Sunday's game, which landed him in the concussion protocol, but head coach Ben McAdoo said Kennard would likely move to the next stage of the protocol for Thursday's practice.
Kennard's status for Sunday is unclear. If he can't go, Mark Herzlich will presumably get the start at strong-side linebacker.
12/28/15 - LB Devon Kennard (foot) was placed on season-ending Injured Reserve. Kennard has missed the last four games because of the foot ailment, which left him in a walking boot.
The Giants had hoped to have Kennard ready if there were playoff games to prepare for, but with New York eliminated from the postseason and needing a roster spot for receiver Odell Beckham Jr., Kennard became the obvious move.