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Giants' injury report: Ahmad Bradshaw questionable for Redskins game

The status of Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw is still up in the air for Sunday.

Stephen Dunn

The New York Giants are still unsure about the status of top running back Ahmad Bradshaw for Sunday, as he is listed as questionable on the team's injury report. Bradshaw appears to still be fighting the effects of a foot injury that required surgery. He did not practice on Friday.

Four players are out for the Giants game against the Redskins, including defensive tackle Rocky Bernard (Quadriceps), safety Kenny Phillips (Knee), running back Da’Rel Scott (Knee), and linebacker Jacquian Williams (Knee). Joining Bradshaw on the questionable list is linebacker Michael Boley (Hip).

Running back Andre Brown (Concussion), wide receiver Hakeem Nicks (Foot/Knee), and cornerback Corey Webster (Hand/Hamstring) are all probable for New York.

The Redskins list one player as out, in safety Brandon Meriweather (Knee). One of Robert Griffin III's top weapons, wide receiver Pierre Garcon, is doubtful as he continues to battle a foot injury. A number of players are questionable for Washington, including cornerbacks David Jones (Achilles) and Cedric Griffin (Hamstring), safety Jordan Pugh (Head), punter Sav Rocca (Right Knee), and fullback Darrel Young (Hamstring).

Nose tackle Barry Cofield (Shoulder), tight end Fred Davis (Knee), cornerback DeAngelo Hall (Knee), and defensive end Doug Worthington (Calf) are probable to play on Sunday for the Redskins.