2012 NFC Championship, Giants Vs. 49ers: New York Giants Injury Report

New York Giants center David Baas and tight end Jake Ballard were both late additions to the injury report after missing practice on Friday, but running back Ahmad Bradshaw returned to the field and is expected to play in Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the San Francisco 49ers.

Baas was held out of practice due to illness and is probable for Sunday. Ballard was bothered by a knee injury and is the only Giant listed as doubtful.

Bradshaw (ankle), linebacker Mark Herzlich (ankle), wide receiver Hakeem Nicks (ankle), defensive end Justin Tuck (shoulder), defensive end Osi Umenyiora (ankle/knee) and cornerback Corey Webster (hamstring) were all probable after being limited during the session.

Quarterback Eli Manning (illness) participated fully and is also probable. Nicks was another late addition to the injury report after practicing fully on Wednesday and Thursday.

The SB Nation New York StoryStream will have everything you need to know leading up to the Giants-49ers matchup. Check Big Blue View to join a discussion with Giants fans. For complete coverage of the NFL playoffs you can also visit the SB Nation NFL Hub Page.

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