Giants vs. Bengals inactive lists: Keith Rivers out, Ahmad Bradshaw active for New York

The inactive list for the Week 10 contest between the New York Giants and the Cincinnati Bengals has been released, and the Giants will have their starting guard Chris Snee and running back Ahmad Bradshaw. However, they will be without linebacker Keith Rivers.

Snee practiced Friday for the first time this week, but was still listed as questionable. However, it looks like his sprained ankle has healed enough for the nine-year veteran to give it a shot.

Bradshaw has been battling a foot injury and was listed as questionable Friday, but is also ready to go. Rivers (calf) will miss his second straight game. The contest would have marked his return to the city of Cincinnati, a place he played three seasons.

Meanwhile, the Bengals will be without defensive back Jason Allen, wide receiver Armon Binns, defensive back Reggie Nelson, wide receiver Marvin Jones, defensive lineman Brandon Thompson, tight end Richard Quinn and defensive lineman Devon Still.

The rest of the Giants inactives feature tight end Adrien Robinson, safety Kenny Phillips, linebackers Jacquian Williams, wide receiver Jerrel Jernigan, defensive tackle Marvin Austin, defensive end Adewale Ojomo.

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