Justin Trattou Injury: Defensive End Injures Ankle

The New York Giants appear to have suffered their first major injury of 2012 training camp on Saturday. Defensive end Justin Trattou had to be carted off the field after suffering an injury to his left ankle during Saturday's practice at UAlbany.

"He was hobbled pretty good there," Giants coach Coughlin said. "They had to send him for X-rays. We’ll see what it is."

Trattou is a second-year defensive end who is competing with Adrian Tracy for a roster spot vacated by Dave Tollefson, who left the Giants to sign with the Oakland Raiders as a free agent.

Notes

Running back Da'Rel Scott sat out the workout after spraining his ankle during Friday's practice. Cornerback Terrell Thomas participated in the 7-on-7 portion of practice one day after suffering back spasms. Thomas is returning after missing last season due to a torn ACL. The Giants announced attendance of 5,110 for autograph day.

-- See Big Blue View for more Giants coverage

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