Moss Making a splash at mini camp….


Sinorice Moss is running out of time to show the Giants that he belongs to be on this team. But he has been impressive this offseason and was one of the big stars of mini camp.
Injuries have killed Moss throughout the 25 year old’s career, and during practice today moss got up from a fall in frustration with an injured hamstring. Hopefully the injury is not serious and he can continue to hon his chemistry with Eli. But given Moss’ recent injury history this doesn’t look good.

Topics: Mini Camp. Giants, Moss

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  • jbulger

    Are some players at a given position more injury prone than others to levels that cost them playing time? One injury that interrupts a game or two is almost to be expected. We count guys like David Diehl as much higher than usual durability, but what about guys like Sinorice, compared to guys like Toomer? Are persistent bouts with injuries a sign of a physical condition that’s a product of genetic makeup? Do some players by luck of the genetic draw just have whatever it is that enables them to go injury free? Or is it a sign of improper conditioning, strength training, diet, adequate warm-up and stretching, or a combination of those factors? I guess what I’m asking is can can something be done behaviorally to reduce Sinorice’s string of injuries, or is he doing all those things already and just has he been dealt a genetically inferior hand that affects his muscle durability?