The Saints placed Bromley (arm) on injured reserve Tuesday, Nick Underhill of The New Orleans Advocate reports.
It is unclear what Bromley did to his arm, but he was seen in a sling following Sunday's game against the Ravens. As a depth defensive tackle, Bromley's absence will not make an impact on anyone's playing time. He will now set his sights on the 2019 season unless he and the Saints can come to terms on an injury settlement.
Bromley was seen with his arm in a sling after Sunday's game against the Ravens, Josh Katzenstein of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
The exact nature of Bromley's injury isn't certain. The veteran will likely appear on Wednesday's injury report.
Bromley inked a deal with the Saints on Monday, Josh Katzenstein of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Bromley played one game for the Saints earlier this season, making four tackles (three solo) during 23 total snaps. He'll provide depth on the defensive front as Taylor Stallworth deals with an ankle injury.
Bromley was waived by the Saints on Thursday, Josh Katzenstein of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
The former Syracuse standout was released by the Saints on Thursday after the team signed cornerback Demetri Goodson. Bromley suited up just one game for the Saints in Week 3, recording four tackles. The 26-year-old is now free to sign with any team.
Bromley is signing with the Saints, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Bromley will sign with New Orleans for the second time this year after being let go during final roster cuts. The 26-year-old defensive tackle recorded 21 tackles and one sack in 16 games for the Giants last season.
Bromley signed a contract with the Saints on Monday, Joel A. Erickson of The Baton Rouge Advocate reports.
Bromley is coming off a four-year stint with the Giants where he appeared in every regular-season game but one over the last three seasons. He did, however, start just four games last season and only accumulated 21 total tackles and one sack. He'll now have a fresh start in New Orleans, providing depth on the defensive line.
Bromley is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Redskins with an ankle injury.
Bromley has been a rotational defensive tackle this season, averaging just 1.4 tackles per game this season. If he's unable to return, Robert Thomas will fill in for a bulk of the depth snaps.
Bromley (knee) was able to fully participate in Wednesday's practice.
Bromley returned to practice Monday after suffering a sprained knee in the Giants third preseason contest. He has not suffered any setbacks, so it appears likely he will be able to play Sunday night against the Cowboys.
Bromley (knee) took part in Monday's practice, Art Stapleton of The Record reports.
Bromley suffered a sprained left knee just a week and a half ago, so to see him practicing without any noted limitations is fairly surprising. He should be a full go for Sunday's season opener against the Cowboys barring any setbacks this week.
Bromley sprained his left knee and is questionable to return to Saturday's game against the Jets, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
Bromley is in line to be the top defensive tackle for the Giants, so putting him back into the game would be unnecessary. Knee sprains can be tricky, but it's a good sign that he was listed as questionable to return instead of out. Bromley's next opportunity to take the field will be Thursday in New England, the last preseason contest.
Bromley (ankle) was activated from the PUP list on Sunday, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.
Bromley underwent ankle surgery to help alleviate pain from bone spurs in his foot, but is now back to full strength. Look for Bromley to return to the practice field early this week, where he'll have to fight for a final roster spot, as he currently projects to be just a deep reserve on the Giants' defensive line.
Bromley (ankle) underwent ankle surgery due to bone spurs in the affected foot, Tom Rock of Newsday Sports reports.
He will remain on the team's PUP list. However, he is expected to play in at least one preseason contest, so the injury does not appear to be of the long-term variety.
Bromley was placed on the PUP list for the start of training camp due to an ankle injury, Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News reports.
Head coach Ben McAdoo said the injury to Bromley is not serious, meaning he should return to the field relatively soon. Fellow defensive tackle Damon Harrison (knee) is also on the PUP list, leaving the Giants with Montori Hughes and Greg Milhouse at first team to open camp.
Bromley's attorney, Alex Spiro, told Jordan Raanan of NJ.com on Friday that his client was "officially cleared of all wrongdoing" in connection with an alleged rape at a New York City hotel on Jan. 30.
Less than two weeks removed from the allegation, Bromley will avoid any charges. The second-year defensive tackle is coming off a campaign in which he ranked fifth on the defensive front in snaps, earning 41 percent of them. Such usage translated to 36 tackles (19 solo) in 16 games.
Police are investigating a claim that Bromley attempted to rape a woman early Saturday, the New York Daily News reports.
Bromley just finished his second season with the Giants, but an accusation as serious as this could make it his last. Following the alleged rape attempt, Bromley is further accused of injuring the woman by driving off while she was on the hood of his car, demanding to be returned to her home. No arrest has been made to this point, however. The Giants said they are aware of the situation.
The Giants have listed Rashad Jennings, Mike Harris, Kerry Wynn, Adam Snyder, James Brewer, Brandon Mosley and Jay Bromley as inactive Week 10 against the Seahawks.
Jennings was considered doubtful coming into the contest due to a knee injury. Adam Snyder was listed as probable with a knee issue, but will not go. The other five players listed are healthy scratches.
The Giants have made RB Rashad Jennings, OL Adam Snyder, DE Kerry Wynn, OL James Brewer, OL Brandon Mosley, DT Jay Bromley and WR Corey Washington inactive Week 7 against the Cowboys.
Jennings was the only player listed on the injury report coming into the contest. He was ruled out prior to Sunday. The other six players are healthy scratches.
The Giants declared running back Rashad Jennings (knee), linebacker Spencer Paysinger (hamstring), offensive lineman Adam Snyder, defensive end Kerry Wynn, offensive tackle James Brewer, guard Brandon Mosley and defensive tackle Jay Bromley inactive for Sunday night's game at Philadelphia.
Giants wide receiver Julian Talley, linebacker Jon Beason, tackle Adam Snyder, tackle Charles Brown, defensive end Kerry Wynn, guard James Brewer and defensive tackle Jay Bromley were all ruled inactive Week 5 vs. Atlanta.
The Giants have made LB Jon Beason, WR Odell Beckham, LB Devon Kennard, OT Charles Brown, DE Kerry Wynn, T James Brewer and DT Jay Bromley inactive for Week 4.
Beckham and Kennard had been ruled out prior to the game. Beason came into the contest considered doubtful. Brewer and Brown were both considered questionable.
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