Seahawks At Giants: Wednesday Injury Report

There were a couple of surprise additions to the New York Giants' injury list on Wednesday. Linebacker Michael Boley and running back Brandon Jacobs did not practice due to knee issues as the team begin to prepare for Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks.

"At this point in time their knees are a little bit swollen. I'm going to leave it at that. We'll just see. It's going to be a day-to-day thing," Giants coach Tom Coughlin said. "I think they're both scheduled to go tomorrow."

Justin Tuck, who missed last week's game against Arizona with neck and groin issues, does not sound confident that he will be healthy enough to play on Sunday.

NEW YORK GIANTS

Did Not Participate In Practice

CB Prince Amukamara (foot)
C David Baas (neck)
LB Michael Boley (knee)
RB Brandon Jacobs (knee)
DE Justin Tuck (groin, neck)
CB Corey Webster (not injury related)

Limited Participation In Practice

DT Rocky Bernard (ribs)
DE Osi Umenyiora (knee)

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

Did Not Participate In Practice

S Kam Chancellor (Quad)

DT Anthony Hargrove (Hamstring)

TE Zach Miller (Knee)

LB Malcolm Smith (Hamstring)

WR Mike Williams (Concussion)

 

Limited Participation In Practice

 

CB Byron Maxwell (Ankle)

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