The New York Giants may be without safety Kenny Phillips,
defensive lineman Jason Pierre-Paul and offensive lineman David Diehl when they
take on the Washington Redskins Monday night, reports Ralph Vacchiano of The New
York Daily News.
The Giants may have to stop the sensational Robert Griffin
III without safety Kenny Phillips and maybe even without defensive end Jason
Pierre-Paul in Washington on Monday night.
Phillips is considered doubtful by the Giants as he’s only
been able to make it through two days of limited practice this week due to his
injured right knee. He has said that he’s confident he’ll suit up against the
Redskins, but he hasn’t been moving “well enough at practice” after reinjuring
his knee against the Green Bay Packers last weekend, reports Vacchiano.
Pierre-Paul is listed as questionable but missed practice
Saturday due to a back issue. After he sat out Friday’s practice, coach Tom
Coughlin sounded confident the defensive lineman would be able to suit up
New York has already declared tight end Travis Beckum (knee)
out, while linebacker Jacquian Williams (knee) is doubtful and wide receiver
Domenik Hixon (ankle) is questionable.
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