Coach Rex Ryan said Wednesday that Harvin suffered a third-degree sprain two weeks ago at Minnesota, meaning the ligament is completely torn.
Could it get any worse without the injured Carmelo Anthony? Well, yes.
Things could go from bad to worse for the slumping Knicks. Melo says a left knee injury that has been bothering him much of this season isn’t getting better.
Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez has a strained lower back and will miss at least a week.
Nick Folk hopes to be back kicking field goals for the New York Jets this weekend.
Defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka and offensive linemen Geoff Schwartz and Adam Snyder were among five Giants who went on injured reserve Tuesday, increasing the team’s total to 20.
Carmelo Anthony started for the New York Knicks on Sunday night against the Miami Heat after missing two games because of back spasms.
Jets rookie tight end Jace Amaro has a head injury and is going through the NFL’s concussion protocol, while New York defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson has an ailing toe.
The countdown is on. In less than three months, Mets ace Matt Harvey will unleash the cannon at 100 percent for the first time since August 2013.
Just when you think things can’t get any worse.
Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony is playing with a sore left knee, and he aggravated the injury during New York’s 117-113 loss Tuesday night to the Milwaukee Bucks.
The team said Tuesday that an MRI revealed loose fragments in his right knee, and he’ll need an arthroscopic procedure this week.
Coach Tom Coughlin announced the move Monday, saying that Schwartz would be eligible to play Sunday night against the Dallas Cowboys.
“He hasn’t played in a while, so I can’t say how much he can give us,” Coughlin said of Jennings. “He knows his limitations and knows his own body. We trust him. At this point, we need a win.”
“There is a lot of concern,” head coach Tom Coughlin said. “We’ve lost a player or two in each game, it seems like. That’s not a good one. Prince was playing well.”