Right tackle Kareem McKenzie suffered a sprained left MCL and could be out a couple of weeks. But Tom Coughlin wasn't ready to commit to that.
"He's always been a fast healer, so we'll see," Coughlin said.
If McKenzie can't make it Monday night, Will Beatty will probably line up in his spot.
CB Corey Webster is day-to-day with a knee sprain, but other than that, Coughlin had no other injury news. "We've still got two days in the training room, so it's a little early to (make that determination)," he said.
Apparently, defensive coordinator Bill Sheridan escaped the game unscathed, too. Coughlin said he has no plans to relieve Sheridan of his defensive playcalling duties, despite the disappointing and baffling results of the last eight games. When asked whether he was considering pulling a John Hufnagel move (you remember Hufnagel, the offensive coordinator Coughlin basically fired for Kevin Gilbride during tail end of the 2006 season, he replied, "No."
More on that later.