Giants running back Shane Vereen's comeback was brief.
Vereen returned to the lineup in Sunday's 10-7 win over the Cowboys after spending the previous nine games on injured reserve with a torn triceps. But Vereen lasted only three plays on Sunday before leaving with a concussion.
The Giants announced a few minutes later that Vereen was out for the game with a concussion. Coach Ben McAdoo stated that Vereen is in the NFL's concussion protocol during his teleconference on Monday afternoon.
Vereen's lone touch came on a 10-yard catch early in the second quarter. His head was driven in to the turf on a tackle by Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick. Vereen appeared woozy when he got up and he immediately left the game. The Giants had hoped Vereen could inject some life into their struggling offense. All three of his snaps on Sunday came on third down. Bobby Rainey took Vereen's spot in the two-minute offense late in the first half, while Rashad Jennings and Paul Perkins played the majority of snaps at running back.