The injury came on Hixon's TD grab on Monday night where he bobbled and then reeled in an Eli Manning bullet.
as per our Giants Insider Mike Garafolo of the Star Ledger:
“Just faith, man. God has a plan, everything’s going to work itself out,” the Giants’ wide receiver said today. “It’s just another chapter to the book. I hope one day, maybe a couple years from now, we’re out somewhere and I’ll see you guys around and we’re talking about what a great comeback and what kind of Cinderella story it was.”
That’s what it will be if the 26-year-old Hixon comes back stronger, as he believes he will. But after two major knee injuries and being on the other end of the play on which former Bills tight end Kevin Everett suffered a serious neck injury, Hixon’s faith is unwavering.
“Do I know what to expect? Yeah, but you know it’s going to be a tough road and a long road,” he said when asked if this round of rehab will be easier. “I’m willing to put in the work. We’ve got great trainers and doctors here, so it’s just starting all over again.”
Hixon says those doctors and trainers are telling him the second injury had nothing to do with the first one.