Of course there can't be good injury news with the New York Giants without some bad news to go along with it.
Defensive end Osi Umenyiora practiced today for the first time since undergoing arthorscopic knee surgery during the preseason.
The 9-year veteran shared the team lead in sacks last season with 11½ and tied an NFL record with 10 forced fumbles.
Staying with the good news, wide receiver Mario Manningham was also cleared to practice. Manningham missed Sunday's game with a concussion.
Now for the bad news. Wide receiver Brandon Stokley suffered a quad injury during practice. The severity of the injury to the veteran wide receiver, signed to be the slot receiver for quarterback Eli Manning, is not yet known. That would make a return Sunday by Manningham more important.
Justin Tuck, who has both neck and groin injuries, also reportedly did not practice today. Tuck is expected to play on Sunday.