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Giants injury report, 11/25: Weston Richburg to practice, Justin Pugh still sidelined

Richburg practicing could be considered a surprise.

Weston Richburg
Weston Richburg
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A bit of potentially good news, a bit of definitely bad news, and perhaps a bit of surprising news on the injury report Wednesday for the New York Giants.

The best news could be that center Weston Richburg, who suffered a high ankle sprain against the New England Patriots, is intending to practice on Wednesday. If things go well and he is available for Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins that would be a huge help for the Giants.

The bad news is that starting guard Justin Pugh will not practice as he remains in the concussion protocol. Tight end Larry Donnell (neck) had expected to return this week, but he will reportedly not work today. Neither will linebacker Mark Herzlich, who suffered a quad injury against the Patriots on the 82-yard Danny Amendola punt return.

Head coach Tom Coughlin said there has been "very little" improvement in Pugh's condition.

Everyone else on the list is expected to practice in at least limited fashion.

Injury Report

Prince Amukamara - Pectoral
Larry Donnell - Neck
Mark Herzlich - Quad
Leon McFadden - Groin
Damontre Moore - Hamstring
Justin Pugh - Concussion
Weston Richburg - Ankle
Geoff Schwartz - Ankle
J.T. Thomas - Ankle
Uani ‘Unga - Neck