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NFL Injury Report: Giants Secondary Suffers More Setbacks

The New York Giants were shorthanded all over the field prior to Thursday night's 36-7 victory over the Carolina Panthers, and the undermanned secondary unit received a few more bumps and bruises in the contest.

Cornerback Corey Webster broke his right hand in the first half but expects to play in Week 4 at the Philadelphia Eagles, according to a report by Jenny Vrentas of The Star-Ledger.

Fellow corner Jayron Hosley picked off quarterback Cam Newton in the second quarter but left the game in the fourth after pulling a hamstring, according to the report, and safety Antrel Rolle was carted off the field after colliding with camera equipment on the sidelines. X-rays on Rolle were negative and head coach Tom Coughlin said in the article that he didn't believe the injury to be very serious.

Although the Giants were able to get secondary help in the form of Prince Amukamara, who played his first snaps of the season, and the return of linebacker Keith Rivers, they were without cornerback Michael Coe due to a lingering hamstring ailment.

Offensive tackle David Diehl didn't play in Thursday's action, joining Domenik Hixon, Hakeem Nicks and Ahmad Bradshaw as members of New York's offensive starters listed as out.

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