Giants Injury Report, Week 9: Martellus Bennett seen limping after game

Rich Schultz

The Giants lost the game, but luckily didn't appear to lose any players to injury on Sunday.

The New York Giants suffered a bitter 24-20 defeat on Sunday afternoon at the hands of the visiting Pittsburgh Steelers at MetLife Stadium.

Fortunately for Big Blue, it appears they at least got out of the game without any significant injuries.

No player left the game for health reasons, although tight end Martellus Bennett was seen after the game walking with a limp, according to reports. His exact injury isn't certain, but it didn't keep him from having a productive day and playing until the end.

Going into Week 10 against the Cincinnati Bengals, linebacker Keith Rivers will try and make it back into the lineup after being inactive on Sunday with a calf injury. Rivers would certainly love to play considering Cincinnati is his old team that traded him away.

Linebackers Chase Blackburn (hamstring) and Jacquian Williams (knee) also were inactive this past weekend and will have their progress monitored throughout the week to see if either can return on Sunday.

Safety Kenny Phillips is another defensive player trying to return. He's been out since Week 4 with a sprained MCL.

All of the players above are considered questionable for Week 10.

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