Giants vs. Redskins injury report: Justin Tuck, Jason Pierre-Paul sit out at Saturday's practice

Jim O'Connor-US PRESSWIRE

The New York Giants have several key contributors, including Justin Tuck and Kenny Phillips, on the injury report entering Monday night's primetime showdown with the Washington Redskins.

The New York Giants (7-4) face the Washington Redskins (5-6) on Monday night in a primetime showdown at FedEx Field, with the Giants battling injuries on both sides of the ball.

On Saturday, DE Justin Tuck, DE Jason Pierre-Paul, S Antrel Rolle and TE Travis Beckum did not participate in practice. Beckum, recovering for offseason surgery to repair a torn ACL, has already been declared "out" for Monday night's game. Tuck and Rolle are listed as "probable", while Pierre-Paul, who missed two straight practices, is listed as "questionable".

Also questionable for Monday night's game is safety Kenny Phillips. Phillips aggravated an MCL injury that had already kept him out of six games earlier this year last weekend against the Packers. Phillips was limited in Saturday's practice, as was linebacker Jacquian Williams. Phillips has maintained all week that he will play against Washington.

Kickoff between the Giants and Redskins is scheduled for 8:20 p.m. ET on Monday from FedEx Field

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