Aaron Ross Injury Update: Giants Cornerback Cleared For Practice

New York Giants starting cornerback Aaron Ross, who sustained an apparent concussion during Sunday’s victory over the Atlanta Falcons in an NFC Wild-Card playoff game, has been cleared to return to practice.

Ross is one of six players on the pre-practice injury report released by the team. The full list is as follows:

Ahmad Bradshaw Foot
Mark Herzlich Ankle
Ross Concussion
Da’Rel Scott Knee
Osi Umenyiora Ankle/Knee
D.J. Ware Concussion

Ware also sustained his concussion during the game against Atlanta. The running back has now suffered two concussions this season and has not been cleared to return to practice.

Among the other players on the report, only Herzlich would seem to be in danger of not playing Sunday in the NFC Divisional Round playoff game against the Green Bay Packers. Herzlich, a linebacker, has not played since suffering a serious ankle injury in Week 12 against the New Orleans Saints.

— See Big Blue View for more Giants discussion and analysis

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