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New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks practiced on Saturday despite the fact that he’s dealing with soreness in his foot. Sunday was another story Nicks.
According to Paul Schwartz of the New York Post, Nicks was held out of Sunday’s practice due to soreness in his foot.
“A day after stating he was feeling fine and having no problems on the field, Hakeem Nicks on Sunday did not participate in practice just four days before the Giants face the Cowboys in the season opener,” wrote Schwartz.
I believe Nicks will end up playing in Wednesday’s season opener.
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