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Giants' injury report: Long list of 'questionable' players

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The New York Giants have a long list of 'questionable' players heading into Sunday's critical game against the Baltimore Ravens.

Starting center David Baas (hip/shoulder), starting guard Chris Snee (hip) and starting running back Ahmad Bradshaw (foot/knee) are all questionable. Defensive starters Kenny Phillips (knee) and Justin Tuck (shoulder) are also questionable. In addition, reserve tight end Travis Beckum and reserve safety Tyler Sash are questionable.

Bradshaw missed last week's 34-0 loss to Atlanta, and head coach Tom Coughlin said "his energy and his fire is a very important factor."

Cornerback Prince Amukamara, who missed the Falcons' game with a hamstring injury, is listed as probable.

Questionable
C David Baas - Hip/Shoulder (LP)
TE Travis Beckum - Knee (LP)
RB Ahmad Bradshaw - Knee/Foot (LP)
S Kenny Phillips - Knee (LP)
S Tyler Sash - Hamstring (LP)
G Chris Snee - Hip (LP)
DE Justin Tuck - Shoulder (DNP)

Probable
CB Prince Amukamara - Hamstring (FP)
DT Chris Canty - Neck (FP)
WR Hakeem Nicks - Knee (LP)
WR Rueben Randle - Back (FP)