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Giants place LB Jarrad Davis (knee) on injured reserve, ending his 2023 season

With rookies starting to take the field at New York Giants training camp, one veteran defender will be missing.

On Tuesday, the Giants placed linebacker Jarrad Davis (knee) on injured reserve, ending his 2023 season.

Davis, a first-round pick by the Detroit Lions in 2017, was signed off the Lions' practice squad in December last year and started in one regular season game for New York. Davis also started in the Giants' two playoff games, recording seven tackles and one QB hit.

In Davis' six-year career, he has played 68 games (51 starts) with 11 sacks, 20 tackles for loss, 24 QB hits, seven forced fumbles and one interception.

New York will now lean on LBs Kayvon Thibodeaux, Bobby Okereke, Darrian Beavers and Azeez Ojulari to fill in Davis' absence this season.

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