Giants Vs. Dolphins: New York Giants Friday Injury Update; Prince Amukamara Ruled Out

New York Giants first-round draft pick Prince Amukamara will not make his NFL debut this weekend. The cornerback, who has missed New York's first six games after August surgery to repair a broken foot, was ruled out of Sunday's meeting against the Miami Dolphins on Friday.

Defensive end Justin Tuck (groin neck) and tackle Stacy Andrews (back) practiced on a limited basis Friday and are listed as questionable. But coach Tom Coughlin said Tuck "will be fine."

"We will monitor him, for sure, but if the (defensive line) rotation is the way we expect it to be, he will be fine," Coughlin said. "We always keep count (of the number of plays)."

Rookie fullback Henry Hynoski did not practice Friday and is listed as doubtful.   

Linebacker Michael Boley (knee), running back Brandon Jacobs (knee), defensive end Osi Umenyiora (knee) and guard Chris Snee (concussion) are probable. Snee practiced fully, while the others were limited.

Coughlin said reporters "will have to wait and see" whether wide receiver Ramses Barden will be activated off the reserve/PUP list.

-- For more Giants coverage, visit our team page, or our blog Big Blue View.

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