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Giants' injury report: Jacquian Williams likely sidelined Sunday

Linebacker Jacquian Williams is not likely to play Sunday for the New York Giants against the Washington Redskins. Coach Tom Coughlin said Wednesday that Williams, who injured his knee against the San Francisco 49ers, will not practice this week.

Running back Ahmad Bradshaw, who has carried the ball 57 times the past two weeks, did not practice Wednesday because of what the team is calling a "foot issue." Bradshaw, of course, has missed both practice and game time in the past because of recurring foot and ankle issues.

Coughlin seemed to give a bit of a testy answer when asked if Bradshaw's workload contributed to the foot issue.

"Well, he certainly wasn't sitting around Sunday afternoon with his foot up. He definitely has played well, played hard, gotten the ball a number of times, and we'd like to think he can keep on doing that," Coughlin siad. "I don't want to go into that one-practice-a-week business that we've had. So, I'm hoping that this is something that he is able to overcome."

More Injury News

  • Running back Andre Brown, who did not play last week because of a concussion, returned to practice.
  • Running back, Da'Rel Scott, Tuesday underwent a right knee debridement and a repair to the meniscus. The procedure was performed at the Hospital for Special Surgery by team physician Dr. Russell Warren. Coughlin did not say if Scott is a candidate to go on injured reserve.
  • Defensive tackle Chris Canty, who is on the physically unable to perform list, is practicing today for the first time this season. He could make his 2012 debut on Sunday.
  • Safety Kenny Phillips (knee) is not yet ready to practice.

-- This story originally appeared at Big Blue View