New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw is going to suit up this weekend against the Green Bay Packers despite appearing on the team’s injury report for another week, while safety Kenny Phillips and linebacker Keith Rivers are questionable to play.
The Giants continue to follow a routine with Bradshaw. The running back is included on the team’s injury report, he usually sits out at least one practice throughout the week to rest his foot and then he plays for New York. It’s worked so far and allowed him to remain relatively healthy and productive.
After missing the last six games due to a knee injury, Phillips has said that he’s looking forward to playing on Sunday. The Giants don’t appear as confident as the safety, as he’s still listed as questionable. Still, Phillips was able to practice again at a limited capacity on Friday and coach Tom Coughlin has shown optimism, reports Ebenezer Samuel of The New York Daily News.
The Giants will be without wide receiver Domenik Hixon (ankle) and linebacker Jacquian Williams (knee). However, they are about as healthy as they’ve been all season as they prepare for their pivotal matchup with the Packers.