Giants' Beckham to have season-ending ankle surgery

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Beckham Jr fractured his ankle in New York Giants' 22-27 loss against Los Angeles Chargers, with the star receiver carted off the field in tears.

Beckham suffered a broken bone in his left ankle, believed to be an isolated fibula fracture, during Sunday's game against the Chargers and he will have surgery to fix it this week.

Watt sustained a tibial plateau fracture, leaving the stadium in an ambulance on the way to the hospital. The injury came on the first drive of the Houston Texans' Sunday Night Football loss to the Kansas City Chiefs and is a devastating blow to their offense. Sterling Shepard won't need surgery for his sprained ankle but he may not be able to against the Broncos, either.

With Beckham Jr out, Manning then fumbled the ball in Giants territory, leading to a miserable defeat at the Chargers' hands. But good fortune only goes so far for the Giants this year.

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Beckham, Shepard and Marshall have accounted for 47.4 percent of the receptions, 53.7 percent of the passing yardage and 50 percent of the passing touchdowns the Giants have accumulated this year.

Denver will host NY at 6:25 p.m. MT on NBC on October 15. The Giants placed him and wideout Dwayne Harris on injured reserve on Monday.

Briefly: Buffalo starting tight end Charles Clay is out indefinitely after surgery on his left knee. The Vikings released running back Stevan Ridley after only five days with the team, making room on the active roster for wide receiver Michael Floyd before Monday's game with the Bears. He sprained his left ankle in a preseason game on August 21, missed the season opener at Dallas and was limited against Detroit. Coach Sean McDermott said Clay will miss "multiple weeks". Beckham had a team-high 25 catches for 302 yards.

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