New York Giants Injury Report, Week 9

New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin spoke to the media Friday, confirming that running back Ahmad Bradshaw would not undergo surgery after cracking a bone in his foot. 

Bradshaw missed Friday's practice and is listed as doubtful for Sunday's meeting with the New England Patriots. He is joined on the injury report by a host of other important contributors.

Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul is questionable for Sunday amid concerns that he might have a concussion. Pierre-Paul underwent concussion tests after a practice collision resulted in a headache, and missed Friday's practice.

Hakeem Nicks (hamstring) also missed Friday's practice, riding the bike instead. He is listed as questionable for Sunday, as is fullback Henry Hynoski (neck). 

First-round draft choice Prince Amukamara (questionable) will travel with the team this weekend and could see his first game action of the season. He has missed the first eight weeks of the season with a broken foot suffered in August.

Center David Baas (knee) is listed as doubtful.

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

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