Giants-Browns injury report: New York left thin at wide receiver due to injuries

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The New York Giants may be left thin at wide receiver as both Hakeem Nicks and Ramses Barden were forced to miss practice on Thursday. Nicks has already been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns.

The New York Giants have released an injury report following Thursday's practice and wide receiver Hakeem Nicks has already been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns.This marks the third straight week that Nicks has been forced to miss a game due to a combination of foot and knee issues.

In addition, fellow receiver Ramses Barden was forced to miss practice for a second straight day due to a concussion sustained during Sunday night's game against the Philadelphia Eagles. It is unclear as of this time whether Barden will be able to play against Cleveland.

Here is the complete injury report, via Big Blue View:

Out

WR Hakeem Nicks (Foot/Knee)

Did Not Participate in Practice
WR Ramses Barden (Concussion)
DT Rocky Bernard (Quadriceps)
LB Michael Boley (Hip)
CB Jayron Hosley (Hamstring)
S Kenny Phillips (Knee)
S Antrel Rolle (Knee)
G Chris Snee (Hip)
CB Corey Webster (Hand/Hamstring)

Limited Participation in Practice
T David Diehl (Knee)
LB Keith Rivers (Hamstring)

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