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Tom Coughlin, 10.08.09

Q:  How is 10 (Eli) feeling?

A:  Better; a little better.

Q: Improved over yesterday?

A:  Yes, a little bit better each time he comes in.  He spends about 24 hours working on it.  So it is good to see the progress, even if it is small.

Q:  Will he be able to get some practice work tomorrow?

A:  I’m not going to comment on that because I don’t have the answer to that.

Q:  Kevin Boss?

A:  He is a little better, too.  He was better today.  The ankle is down a little bit.  Maybe, we’ll see.

Q:  Anybody go the other way and get worse?

A:  No.

Q:  Yesterday Chris Canty was out here running on the side.  Today he wasn’t out here at all. 

A:  He was out.  He was the in walk through, yeah. He has got issues.

Q: When you say issues, do you mean surgery perhaps?

A:  Oh, no.  It is just very difficult to get him beyond a certain point.  It is very frustrating for him and us.

Q:  Is Aaron Ross getting better?

A:  Not since he had his little problem last week.  I would say it is about the same.

Q:  If Boss can’t go and you have to use two tight ends, do you use Will Beatty or somebody like that?

A:  It depends - the formation – depending on the personnel would be  --  under normal circumstance we could do that. 

Q:  Were ther reasons for keeping Eli inside today the same as yesterday, just to give him treatment?

A:  Give him more treatment so that he wasn’t standing out here.

Q:  Had you seen Mario Manningham have trouble with the ball like he did on Sunday?

A:  No, I didn’t see any of those issues.

Q:  Domenik Hixon?

A:  He has done well and he has gotten a little more work each day.  So he seems to be doing well.  We will make that decision moving forward.