Giants' injury report, Wednesday: Ramses Barden has concussion

Ramses Barden will not practice Wednesday for the New York Giants. Head coach Tom Coughlin said Wednesday that Barden suffered a concussion during the final drive in Sunday's loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

"He complained of a headache and asked if he could be evaluated," Coughlin said. "They sent him for the evaluation yesterday. I think a lot of the symptoms were okay, but there was enough there to slow him down. He is on the (concussion) protocol."

Barden is part of a list of 13 players on the Giants' pre-practice injury report as they begin preparation for Sunday's game at MetLife Stadium against the 0-4 Cleveland Browns. Here is the complete list.

Barden (concussion), Chris Snee (hip), David Baas (hand), wide receiver Hakeem Nicks (foot/knee), safety Kenny Phillips (knee), defensive tackle Rocky Bernard (quadriceps) and linebackers Michael Boley (hip) and Keith Rivers (hamstring) will not practice.

Tackle David Diehl (knee) and cornerback Jayron Hosley (hamstring) will do individuals drills "and a little more," Coughlin said.

Safety Antrel Rolle (knee) and cornerbacks Corey Webster (hand) and Michael Coe (hamstring) are also on the list.

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