The New York Giants practiced Wednesday without linebacker Michael Boley and running back Ahmad Bradshaw, the team announced.
Coach Tom Coughlin said Boley remains day-to-day after suffering a hamstring injury during Sunday's loss to the San Francisco 49ers. The linebacker has started all nine games for New York, contributing 59 tackles and one forced fumble.
Coughlin said Bradshaw, who has missed New York's two most recent games due to a cracked bone in his foot, is "a little better," but the running back's status for Sunday's meeting with the Philadelphia Eagles is still uncertain.
On Monday, Coughlin said "there's no sense speculating" on whether Bradshaw would play Sunday.
"We'll see. There is no sense speculating," Coughlin said. "He's going to have to go out and practice and he's certainly had a couple of good, solid weeks of rest and hopefully he'll be able to do some things. Probably won't know until we get him out there."