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The New York Giants already knew they were going to be without linebacker Jacquian Williams, but were hoping that safety Kenny Phillips and defensive tackle Rocky Bernard would be able to return on Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys. Unfortunately, that wasn't the case as the two -originally listed as doubtful- did not travel with the team to Arlington, and have been downgraded to out.
Phillips has been sidelined with a sprained MCL, which he suffered in week four against the Philadelphia Eagles, while Bernard has missed the past three games with a quad injury. Both managed to practice during the week, and could return next Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Meanwhile, running back Ahmad Bradshaw did travel with the team and says he'll start against the Cowboys. Additionally, David Baas and Hakeem Nicks were both listed as probable and are also expected to start on Sunday.
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