Eli Manning was once again a full practice participant for the New York Giants on Thursday, despite being officially listed as "limited" on the practice report with a back issue.
"Eli practiced well and did everything. There wasn’t any real restriction on him, so we feel good about that," head coach Tom Coughlin said following practice.
Manning is on track for the 165th consecutive regular-season start of his career Sunday vs. the Washington Redskins.
Here is the rest of the injury report.
Offensive lineman James Brewer (concussion) and linebacker Jacquian Williams (concussion/shoulder) were the only Giants who did not practice. Williams did not play in the last two games. Brewer did not play last week.
Linebacker Jameel McClain (knee) practiced Thursday after resting on Wednesday. Linebacker Mark Herzlich, who missed Sunday's game with a concussion, practiced in full.
Coughlin also said that running back Rashad Jennings, who played sparingly last week due to an ankle injury, "gets better as the week goes on."