New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw is questionable
for Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals, reports Matt Ehalt of
ESPNNewYork.com, while wide receiver Hakeem Nicks and linebacker Chase
Blackburn are both probable to suit up.
Giants running back Ahmad
Bradshaw (foot) is
questionable for Sunday's game, as expected.
The Giants continue to rest Bradshaw’s surgically repair
feet, as he only practice one day this week. The running back sat out Friday’s
practice and is questionable to play against the Bengals. Fellow running back
Andre Brown (shoulder) practiced fully yesterday and would figure to see a bulk
of the carries if Bradshaw can’t go.
Along with Blackburn, Brown and Nicks, defensive lineman
Chris Canty (groin), center David Baas (ankle/elbow) and tight end Bear Pascoe
(ankle) are all probable to play Sunday. Bradshaw, linebacker Keith Rivers
(calf) and offensive lineman Chris Snee (ankle) are all questionable, while
safety Kenny Phillips (knee), cornerback Michael Coe (hamstring) and linebacker
Jacquian Williams (knee) have been ruled out against the Bengals.
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