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Giants-Ravens injury report: Giants healthier than Ravens entering Sunday

Can they take advantage of beaten up Baltimore team?

NFL: New Orleans Saints at New York Giants Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports

The New York Giants don’t exactly have a short injury list entering Week 6 of the 2016 NFL season. Compared, however, to their Sunday opponent, the Baltimore Ravens, the Giants look like the picture of relative NFL health.

Three Giants will definitely miss Sunday’s game — safeties Nat Berhe (concussion) and Darian Thompson (foot), along with offensive tackle Marshall Newhouse (calf). All three have missed multiple weeks of action.

Six Giants are listed as questionable (50-50 chance to play). Notably, running back Rashad Jennings (thumb) has been saying this week he expects to play after missing the last three games.

The Ravens will definitely be without pass-rushing outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil, continuing to struggle to recover from offseason foot surgery.

Listed as questionable are offensive linemen Marshal Yanda (shoulder) and Ronnie Stanley (foot), kick returner Kevin Hester (thigh), linebacker C.J. Mosley (thigh) and wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. (ankle).

Thus, the Ravens enter the game potentially missing key players in all three phases.



S Nat Berhe (Concussion)
T Marshall Newhouse (Calf)
S Darian Thompson (Foot)

Questionable (50-50 chance to play)

CB Eli Apple (Groin)
WR Dwayne Harris (Toe)
RB Rashad Jennings (Thumb)
LB Devon Kennard (Concussion)
DE Jason Pierre-Paul (Groin)
CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (Groin)



LB Elvis Dumervil (foot)

Doubtful (75 percent chance will not play)

KR Devin Hester (thigh)
LB C.J. Mosley (thigh)
WR Steve Smith Sr. (ankle)
OT Ronnie Stanley (foot)
OG Marshal Yanda (shoulder)

Questionable (50-50 chance to play)

S Kendrick Lewis (thigh)
LB Albert McClellan (calf)
WR Mike Wallace (chest)
OT Rick Wagner (thigh)
CB Shareece Wright (back)