Well, that injury list that had grown so short is up again, and the Giants may be missing several pieces come Sunday.
First and foremost will be the running backs position, where Ahmad Bradshaw is still suffering from two sprained ankles and a foot injury, and D.J. Ware is waiting out a concussion. Ware's issue is serious, considering the new regulations the league has instituted against concussions. It's very unlikely he'll receive clearance to play Sunday.
Which brings us to another issue. The Giants do have a roster opening with the IRing of Antonio Pierce. They may be trying to figure out how to use it, since they haven't filled it yet. Could be a running back, could be a linebacker, could be a safety. All three are good possibilities. But considering they may go with Jonathan Goff at starting MLB this week, they don't necessarily have to have a linebacker. So maybe it's a running back so they won't have to put the whole load on Brandon Jacobs and Gartrell Johnson's shoulders.
Then again, they may be without Michael Boley, too, since his wrenched back allowed him only limited work today. And Michael Johnson was out entirely at safety with a groin injury. So they're short there, too.
Eli Manning (foot) and Derek Hagan (hamstring) both worked, but Hagan was limited.