League sources told ESPN’s Jordan Ranan that representatives from the National Football League, National Football League, MetLife Stadium, Giants and Jets, stadium representatives and independent field inspectors spoke to MetLife Stadium on Wednesday. The ground underwent another review.
The source told Raanan that the field was once again confirmed to comply with all applicable standards and protocols in the field.
San Francisco 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan and his players expressed concern about the 49ers’ performance in defeating the Jets 31-13 in Week 2 because of the defensive end Nick Bosa. , Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (Jimmy Garoppolo), guards Raheem Mostert (Raheem Mostert) and Tevin Coleman (Tevin Coleman) and defensive tackle Solomon Thomas (Solomon Thomas) all Down the lower body of the game.
Bosa and Thomas each suffered a torn ACL at the end of the season, Mertert’s MCL sprain, and Coleman’s knee injury is expected to keep him out. Zhou, and Garoppolo had a high ankle sprain.
The 49ers will play the MetLife for the second consecutive week this Sunday, this time against the Giants. New FieldTurf was installed in the stadium this summer and was previously used only in the melee between Jets and Giants, as well as the Giants season opener on Monday night of week 1.
Multiple 49 people complained about the “stickiness” of the game surface and vented their frustration after the game on Twitter and their Zoom media conference. Although Shanahan admitted that it is difficult to establish a direct connection between the injury and the playing field, he did say that this is something his team has been talking about throughout the game.
Shanahan said: “I know that it was so many knee injuries and ankle injuries that I have participated in. There are still many people who are entangled in turf.” “From my observation, another team is also involved. We did it. I know our players were talking about this throughout the game, just how sticky the grass is…. This is something we guys are paying attention to immediately, and the result must have made us much stronger.”
On Wednesday, Shanahan admitted that the NFL and NFLPA are looking at the turf of MetLife Insurance and said he is waiting to hear the results of the investigation.
Shanahan said: “The NFL and NFLPA are getting people to pay attention to it.” “So we will continue. If they can’t find anything, go out and play. Others tore their ACL in this league last week, they It’s not all on the turf. So you know how we feel about it. We will see what the professionals say, and hope we can learn something.”
Nick Wagoner of ESPN contributed to this report.