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Giants-Cardinals injury report: LT Andrew Thomas did not practice

Here is the first Giants-Cardinals injury information of Week 2

Andrew Thomas did not practice for the New York Giants on Wednesday. That could be first indication that the star left tackle, dealing with a hamstring injury suffered Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys, might not be available for the Week 2 game against the Arizona Cardinals.

Head coach Daboll referred to Thomas as “day to day.”

Thomas said Wednesday that doctors have said his injury is “nothing alarming.”

Daboll also said that veteran tight end Darren Waller would get a veteran rest day. That is likely to happen once a week as Waller manages his hamstring, in which there is apparently a nerve issue.

Matt Peart (elbow) practiced on a limited basis. If Thomas can’t play, Peart of Josh Ezeudu would take over at left tackle.

A surprise name on the injury list was edge defender Azeez Ojulari, who was limited with a hamstring injury. Ojulari dealt with a series of soft tissue injuries last season that limited him to seven regular-season games.

Wednesday injury report


Did not practice

OT Andrew Thomas (hamstring)
TE Darren Waller (hamstring/rest)

Limited participation

CB Deonte Banks (calf)
LB Cam Brown (ankle)
CB Cor’Dale Flott (hamstring)
PK Graham Gano (right ankle)
OLB Azeez Ojulari (hamstring)
S Gervarrius Owens (hamstring)
OT Matt Peart (elbow)
WR Wan’Dale Robinson (knee)


Did not practice

DL L.J. Collier (biceps)
LB Josh Woods (ankle)

Limited participation

OT Kelvin Beachum (hand)
RB Jmes Conner (calf)
DL Leki Fatu (shoulder)