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Giants' Injury Report: Ten players miss Wednesday practice

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The Giants had 10 players miss practice Wednesday as they began preparing for the Philadelphia Eagles.

Mark Herzlich was among the Giants who missed practice on Wednesday.
Mark Herzlich was among the Giants who missed practice on Wednesday.
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Ten member of the New York Giants did not practice Wednesday. That isn't great, but it is better than the 15 players who were on the pre-practice injury report.

Here is a look at the complete report.

C

David

Baas

Neck

DNP

LB

Mark

Herzlich

Toe

DNP

CB

Jayron

Hosley

Hamstring

DNP

DT

Cullen

Jenkins

Knee/Achilles

DNP

DT

Linval

Joseph

Ankle/Knee

DNP

TE

Adrien

Robinson

Foot

DNP

DT

Shaun

Rogers

Back

DNP

CB

Aaron

Ross

Back

DNP

G

Chris

Snee

Hip

DNP

CB

Terrell

Thomas

Knee

DNP

CB

Corey

Webster

Hip

LP

Head coach Tom Coughlin said there "doesn’t look like a whole lot of improvement," with Chris Snee and David Baas, who missed the game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

With three members of the defensive tackle rotation missing practice and with Jason Pierre-Paul dealing witha  knee issue even though he isn't listed on the injury report, second-round pick Johnathan Hankins, a defensive tackle, and third-round pick Damontre Moore, could figure into the Giants' plans this week.

"I liked Hankins' work a week ago. I thought he was a really difficult guy for us to block from an offensive standpoint. I really felt like John was ready to contribute and I feel the same way right now, so I'm looking forward to watching him play," Coughlin said. "Moore, obviously if you're talking in that direction, will get an opportunity to contribute as well. He's done a nice job on special teams. He has good energy, and hopefully we can build on that."

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