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Injury Update: Will Beatty undergoes successful surgery

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Giants left tackle Will Beatty underwent successful surgery to repair a torn pectoral muscle last evening at Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan.


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Beatty suffered the injury during weight training on Tuesday. His expected recovery time is five to six months.

Beatty, the Giants' second-round draft choice in 2009, is entering his seventh season with the team. He has played in 82 regular-season games with 63 starts – one start as an extra lineman/tight end/eligible receiver in 2012; 42 at left tackle in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014; and four at right tackle in 2009.

In 2014, Beatty played in every game for the third consecutive season and started all 16 games for the second year in a row. His streak of 46 consecutive starts is the second-longest on the team among current players, trailing only Eli Manning's 167 starts in a row.

Beatty has missed time in the past with a fractured foot (2010) and a detached retina (2011). He did not play in the 2012 preseason because of a back injury. Beatty suffered a fractured fibula in the 2013 season finale vs. Washington, but returned to start every game last season.

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