Giants' Nat Berhe can't make it through Wednesday's practice
New York Giants safety Nat Berhe was forced to leave practice Wednesday and remains in the league's concussion protocol.
Nat Berhe dropped a Tweet yesterday hinting that he had cleared the NFL's concussion protocol, but it turned out to be wishful thinking on the young safety's part.
Berhe was present at the start of Wednesday's practice, but he left early. After practice, Giants head coach Ben McAdoo confirmed that he had to leave early and the Berhe remains in the concussion protocol,
Berhe has missed the Giants' past three games with a concussion. Before that, he operated as the team's starting safety in place of injured starter Darian Thompson.
Berhe has been credited with nine tackles, one forced fumble, and one pass defensed in three games this season.
Undrafted rookie free agent Andrew Adams has started in place of Berhe and Thompson. He will continue to operate as the starter until either of the two safeties returns to action.
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