The New York Giants have been relatively healthy this season, but like their two-game winning streak, that came to an end on Sunday.

Prior to kickoff of a Week 12 game against the Philadelphia Eagles, tight end Evan Engram suffered a hamstring injury and would remain on the bench all afternoon.

Then, on the final punt of the first quarter, wide receiver/return man Quadree Henderson went down with what the team initially called a burner. Originally, he was questionable to return, but later downgraded to out with a shoulder injury.

After the game, Giants head coach Pat Shurmur revealed the bad news, announcing that Henderson had suffered a fractured shoulder and would miss the remainder of the season.

Henderson had been a nice addition for the Giants and seemed to solve their punt return issues upon his arrival, but they’ll now have to work backwards in an effort to find a replacement.

After Henderson exited the game on Sunday, Antonio Hamilton and Odell Beckham Jr. each returned a punt. It’s possible Beckham remains in that role.