New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul did not practice for the second straight day Thursday, casting doubt on whehter or not he will be available when the Giants host the Green Bay Packers Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
JPP said his shoulder still isn't feeling better. Isn't sure if he'll practice on Friday.— Patricia Traina (@Patricia_Traina) November 14, 2013
Pierre-Paul injured the shoulder during last Sunday's victory over the Oakland Raiders, but was able to continue playing.
Corey Webster (groin/ankle) missed practice again Thursday as well, and appears likely to be out Sunday.
Running back Brandon Jacobs (hamstring/knee), tight end Bear Pascoe (ankle) and cornerback Terrell Thomas (knee) all practiced on a limited basis.
Jacobs has not played since suffering hamstring injury against the Chicago Bears in Week 6. He gained 106 yards on 22 carries in that game. Since that time the Giants have acquired Peyton Hillis and activated Andre Brown off short-term IR.
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