By now, you likely know that New York Giants wide receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Rueben Randle both sustained hamstring injuries Sunday vs. the San Francisco 49ers. On Thursday, Beckham seemed unsure about being able to play Monday vs. the Philadelphia Eagles, while Randle expressed confidence he would play.
Beckham said his injury was a "day-by-day thing" and that he "won't really be able to tell until Monday."
Randle didn't practice on Thursday, but said he felt "fine."
"Today I tried to test it [hamstring] a little bit so it felt pretty good," Randle said. "It's a little sore now, but it's getting better, so as long as I'm progressing, I'm pretty positive about it."
Randle expects to play.
"I don't see myself sitting out this game," he said. "It's enough time for me to heal up enough to play, so we'll see how it goes."
Without Beckham, Randle and Victor Cruz the only three available receivers for the Giants would be Dwayne Harris, Geremy Davis and Myles White.