The seriousness of the hamstring injury suffered by wide receiver Hakeem Nicks appears to be the New York Giants biggest injury concern following Sunday’s 20-17 victory over the Miami Dolphins.
Head coach Tom Coughlin had no information on Nicks’ condition following the game. Nicks left the game in the fourth quarter.
“Obviously we’re going to have to see what it feels like in the morning,” Nicks said after the game. “Right now I really can’t judge.”
Nicks is the Giants’ No. 1 receiver. He leads the team with 38 catches.
Ahmad Bradshaw left the game briefly with what appeared to be a foot injury, but returned and appeared to be fine. Center David Baas left with a knee injury, but also returned. Cornerback Justin Tryon told reporters he may have suffered a stinger, and defensive end Osi Umenyiora went for X-Rays but refused to tell reporters what he was having looked at.