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MetLife Stadium’s turf ‘won’t be a factor’ in Chase Young’s potential debut

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Giants coverage ‘won’t be a factor’ in Young’s potential debut originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

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MetLife Stadium coverage, which has been scrutinized by many NFL players, coaches and agents in recent seasons, can’t hurt Chase Young from his 2022 debut on Sunday if he’s ready to go.

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“No, that won’t be a factor” Ron Rivera said JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington in a one-on-one interview on Monday.

Young, who was scheduled to return from the disabled list on Nov. 2 and was placed on the 53-man command list on Nov. 21, is not yet ready for meaningful action after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament last November.

Washington will visit New York this Sunday to play a vital game against the Giants, and as Rivera contemplates whether to include Young on the defensive lineup, the playing surface on which the meeting will take place will obviously not cross his mind.

– How do you look on the field? Rivera said, explaining what would really make a difference when evaluating Young. “How much confidence [do you have] on the field? [The] The young man trained well last week, did some really good things, it was encouraging, but it’s all part of rehab.”

Residence of Giants and Jets intends to replace its surface before the first week of the 2023 campaign., though it won’t change to grass, which would be preferred by those who think it’s dangerous. Instead, the building will stick to the synthetic surface.

Brian Daball’s club has seen several of his players suffer major injuries at home this year, including strikeouts for Sterling Shepherd and Van’Dale Robinson, and Baltimore’s John Harbaugh has been a bit critical of the MetLife territory after the Ravens met on it. with the Jets in the first week. Meanwhile, in 2020, the 49ers lost several key pass rushers of the season to a conflict with the Jets.

Young has been slowly picking up form this month and a run against the Falcons last Sunday seemed a possibility, but he was ultimately ruled out of the Week 12 win due to illness. Perhaps he will finally be ready to contribute in the 13th week.

If not, Young will have the opportunity to regroup for the farewell and then look after his team’s Week 15 date, which will be at FedEx Field and also against New York.



Source: sports.yahoo.com

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