Giants Injury Report: Eli Manning Leaves Practice Early With Illness, Ahmad Bradshaw Held Out

The New York Giants released their latest injury report as they prepare for their matchup with the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game. Quarterback Eli Manning (Illness) did not finish practice today. The team is hoping Manning just has a 24-hour bug.

Running back Ahmad Bradshaw (Ankle) was the only Giants player held out of practice on Wednesday.

Defensive ends Justin Tuck (Shoulder) and Osi Umenyiora (Ankle/Knee) and cornerback Corey Webster (hamstring) were all limited in practice today.

Linebacker Mark Herzlich (Ankle) was also limited in practice after missing the playoff game against the Packers.

As for the 49ers, tight end Delanie Walker (Jaw) was limited in practice. Wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. (Knee) and center Jonathan Goodwin (Leg) were held out of practice. Defensive tackle Ray McDonald (Hamstring) was seen working on the sideline with a trainer. (via SF Gate)

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