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Giants injury report: Andre Brown, Martellus Bennett hurt vs. Browns

The New York Giants beat the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, and escaped the contest with only a few injuries.

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The New York Giants were able to stay relatively healthy on Sunday, when they improved their record to 3-2 by beating the Cleveland Browns, 41-27, at MetLife Stadium.

New York has been banged up in recent years with injuries to various stars, but so far that hasn't been a major issue in 2012.

The only man who had to leave the game versus Cleveland was backup running back Andre Brown. Brown suffered a head injury on a special teams play and wasn't able to return. His status for next week is unknown.

Two other Giants who were nicked up were tight end Martellus Bennett and offensive lineman Chris Snee. Bennett was injured when he lost his footing on the turf in the first quarter, causing him to hyper-extend his knee.

Snee was already ailing with a partially torn hip muscle, but both played the entire game through their respective pain.