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Giants’ injury report, 9/11: Markus Golden returns to practice

Golden Tate limited with hamstring issue

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Markus Golden
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Markus Golden, who missed Thursday practice with an illness, returned to practice on Friday for the New York Giants and was listed as a full participant. Golden, of course, led the Giants in sacks last season with 10.

Defensive back Adrian Colbert, who was listed as limited on Thursday due to an illness, was also a full participant on Friday.

Linebacker Tae Crowder, tight end Levine Toilolo and wide receiver Golden Tate were all listed as limited participants with hamstring issues.

Tate missed some practice time last week with a hamstring, but has been on the field each day this week as the Giants prepare for Monday’s season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

“He’s moving well right now,” coach Joe Judge said. “We’ve been mixing him into some of the things we have been doing in practice. Individuals, a little bit of team work, some group work. He looks like he’s coming along nice. He’s working hard every day and doing what he can to get back.”

Guard David DeCastro (knee) did not participate in practice for the Steelers.