ESPN’s Todd McShay is slammed by Ohio State star Jaxon Smith-Njigba’s family over ‘injury’ report

ESPN’s Todd McShay is facing criticism from Ohio State receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba’s family for suggesting the NFL prospect was putting his professional aspirations above the Buckeyes’ upcoming College Football Playoff semifinal game against top-ranked Georgia.

Smith-Njigba announced earlier this week that he would not play in the all-important game against the Bulldogs on December 31 while he continues to rehabilitate a leg injury and prepare for the 2023 NFL draft. The AP Preseason All-American was hurt in the Buckeyes’ opener against Notre Dame and played in just two other games. Details on the seriousness of his injury weren’t disclosed through the season.

On Monday, McShay claimed NFL scouts told him that Smith-Njigba is ‘healthy enough to play and he’s protecting himself for the…

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