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Giants’ injury report: Odell Beckham looks likely to play vs. Rams

Somehow, the “probable” designation returns to Giants’ injury report

NFL: Baltimore Ravens at New York Giants Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

“Probable” is not supposed to be a designation on NFL injury reports any longer. The New York Giants, though, have listed Odell Beckham Jr. and several other players battling injuries as probable for Sunday’s game in London against the Los Angeles Rams.

Beckham, dealing with a hip injury suffered last Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens, has been a limited practice participant this week. He said Thursday that he intends to play on Sunday.

Also listed as probable by the Giants are cornerback Eli Apple (groin), running back Rashad Jennings (thumb), linebacker Keenan Robinson (knee), defensive end Olivier Vernon (wrist) and cornerback Trevin Wade (ankle). The best news there would be the availability of Apple, who did not play against the Ravens.

Long-snapper Zak DeOssie (ankle) is questionable. If DeOssie can’t play, the Giants will have to elevate Tyler Ott from the practice squad and drop another player.

Safety Nat Berhe (concussion), offensive tackle Marshall Newhouse (calf) and safety Darian Thompson (foot) are all listed as out.

For the Rams, DT Michael Brockers (thigh) and cornerback Trumaine Johnson (ankle) are out. Guard Jamon Brown (hand) and wide receiver Nelson Spruce (calf) are doubtful. Defensive end William Hayes (ankle) and defensive end Robert Quinn (shoulder) are questionable.