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Report: Giants fear Saquon tore ACL; updates on other PSU alums in NFL

Saquon Barkley suffered a right knee injury and had to be helped off the field during the New York Giants’ game Sunday against the Chicago Bears.

Reports are that Barkley may have torn an ACL.

The running back went down after a run to the sideline early in the second quarter. He pounded his right fist into the ground in pain and frustration, then took of his helmet as he lay on the ground.

Barkley did not put any weight on his injured leg as he was helped off the field. He later was carted to the locker room.

The Giants revealed Barkley was undergoing X-rays and would be evaluated further Monday.

Barkley was held to 6 yards on 15 carries in the Giants’ opener last week against the Steelers. He carried four times for 28 yards in Sunday’s game against the Bears before getting injured.

In other news for PSU players in the NFL:

  • TE Mike Gesicki had a huge day with eight catchers for 130 yards and one TD for the Miami Dolphins in their loss to the Buffalo Bills. Gesicki also made this tremendous one-handed grab.

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  • WR KJ Hamler made his NFL debut for the Denver Broncos after sitting out last week with an injury. Hamler had a solid day, catching three passes for 48 yards and running once for 9 yards in a loss to the Steelers.
  • RB Miles Sanders made his season debut for the Philadelphia Eagles and had 95 yards and one TD on 20 carries in a loss to the L.A. Rams. Sanders also caught three passes for 36 yards.
  • DaeSean Hamilton caught one pass for 5 yards for the Broncos in their loss.

There’s also this news on WR Allen Robinson:

A couple of prominent former Nittany Lions were not active for Sunday’s games.

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Cory Giger is a 15-year veteran of the Penn State beat and a journalist with 28 years of experience. He has won more than 100 state and national journalism awards during his career, plus he's a voter for the Heisman Trophy in football and Wooden Award in basketball.

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