David Baas (knee), David Diehl (thumb) and Adrien Robinson (foot) were the only New York Giants who did not practice Wednesday at Quest Diagnostics Training Center as the Giants prepare for the season-opener vs. the Dallas Cowboys. None were expected to be available for Sunday night's game, anyway.
Victor Cruz (heel), Jason Pierre-Paul (back), Damontre Moore (shoulder) and Henry Hynoski (knee) were listed as limited. Jayron Hosley (ankle) practiced fully.
Giants' head coach Tom Coughlin said earlier Wednesday that Cruz and Pierre-Paul were "full speed ahead." Coughlin sounded less optimistic about the chances that Moore, sidelined since the first preseason game, would play.
"He's been in every meeting, every jog-through, done all of these types of things, but there isn't any question he's missed a lot of time," Coughlin said.
Here is the Cowboys' injury report:
Did Not Practice:
RB Lance Dunbar (foot), S Danny McCray (hamstring), DE Anthony Spencer (knee)
G Ronald Leary (knee)
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