New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin said the injury suffered by offensive lineman David Baas is "much more serious than a headache" and has required Baas to undergo further testing.
"That was what he brought to the medical people on Sunday but there is a lot more to it. As a matter of fact, he is having tests today and he has spent the last few days doing tests. A lot of that is to try to eliminate things as well. I really don't have any information other than that and until I am sure that we are going to be talking about the right thing, I will wait and not speculate," said Coughlin.
Baas missed Sunday's loss to the Green Bay Packers with what the team described as neck injury and intense headaches, and his status is uncertain for this weekend's meeting with the Dallas Cowboys. Coughlin said the neck injury and headaches are likely related.
The team feature a makeshift offensive line against Green Bay, but the unit performed admirably as the Giants rushed for more than 100 yards for the first time since Nov. 6 and the offense tallied 35 points.
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