New York Giants center Rich Seubert was carted off the field during the first quarter Sunday against the Redskins with what the team has announced as a dislocated knee cap in his right knee.
As far as injury plays go, Seubert’s was difficult to watch. He was injured on the team’s second drive of the game when he was bent backwards while blocking, landing on Redskins lineman Anthony Bryant. Seubert knew as soon he hit the field the injury was serious, frantically waiving for medical personnel as he writhed in pain.
Seubert started at center against the Redskins in place of Shaun O’Hara, who is out with an Achilles’ injury in his left foot. So the Giants are down to their third-string center, who is guard Kevin Boothe.