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NFL Injury Report:
New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin said yesterday that
running back Ahmad Bradshaw will undergo an MRI on his left knee, and that he
doesn’t expect wide receiver Hakeem Nicks to be fully healthy for the rest of
the season, reports Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com.
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw will
undergo an MRI on his left knee Monday, coach Tom Coughlin revealed.
Bradshaw banged the knee in Sunday’s beatdown of the New Orleans Saints.
Coughlin also doesn't expect wide receiver Hakeem Nicks (knee) to be fully
healthy the rest of the season. Not great.
After Sunday’s game it was reported that Nicks required X-rays for an unspecified reason. While he told reporters that everything
checked out fine, it sounds like his knee is continuing to bother him. The
ailment has already caused the dynamic wide out to miss time this season, and
it sounds like it’s not something that will be going away anytime soon.
Bradshaw has also dealt with leg injuries this season. The
Giants have limited his load at practice in an effort to try and keep him as
fresh as possible for game day.
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