It's all hands on deck for the New York Giants as they prepare for Sunday's season-defining game at MetLife Stadium against the Dallas Cowboys. Every member the Giants' 53-man roster practiced on Thursday, including all of the players who were held out on Wednesday.
Fullback John Conner (hip), running back Brandon Jacobs (knee), cornerback Trumaine McBride (hip), wide receiver Hakeem Nicks (abdomen), defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (shoulder), cornerback Terrell Thomas (knee) and cornerback Corey Webster (groin/ankle) were all limited. All, however, took part in practice.
Head coach Tom Coughlin said he wasn't sure about the extent of Nicks' injury. He was limited to indiividual drills on Wednesday. He said it is an abdominal injury, "whatever that means."
Webster has practiced on a limited basis two successive days. Coughlin isn't sure if the veteran cornerback will be available Sunday, saying only "I don’t know what to think there."
Coughlin said Jason Pierre-Paul only did individual drills, but is "probably" farther along with his shoulder issue than he was a week ago.