The Giants have officially released running back Peyton Hillis on Wednesday, per the team's official website. Hillis had his 2014 campaign cut short with a concussion. He rushed for 115 yards on 26 carries in nine games. He has appeared in only 16 games the past two seasons. Hillis was released with a failed physical designation.
The Giants have placed running back Peyton Hillis on the season-ending injured reserve list because of a concussion, his second in as many seasons, per Adam Schefter of ESPN on Saturday. Hillis finishes the season with 26 carries for 115 yards in nine games. He has appeared in only 16 games the past two seasons. He is expected to undergo a second MRI on Monday, according to Josina Anderson of ESPN. "They told me because since this was my third concussion, they didn't want to take it too lightly. So, we are suppose to take another MRI on Monday to make sure that everything is still working fine because I'm still having symptoms right now."
The Giants have ruled out Peyton Hillis (concussion), Cullen Jenkins (calf) and Jacquian Williams (concussion) out for Week 11 at home against the 49ers. The team also included Damontre Moore (shoulder), Nat Berhe (ankle), Daniel Fells (neck), Rashad Jennings (knee) and Mathias Kiwanuka (knee) on the final injury report, though all five were deemed probable.
Concussions have prevented Giants outside linebacker Jacquian Williams and running back Peyton Hillis from practicing Thursday and will likely keep them out Sunday against San Francisco, per NJ.com. Williams leads the Giants with 78 tackles while Hillis is averaging 4.4 YPC in limited action this season.
The Giants have ruled out running back Peyton Hillis Week 10 against the Seahawks. Hillis is dealing with a concussion, and will not be able to return to action. Hillis carried the ball once for 4 yards, and caught one pass for 5 yards before leaving the contest.
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