The New York Giants injury report for their Week 13 match up against the Green Bay Packers is out, and the Giants will be without starting center David Bass. New York will also be without offensive lineman Stacy Andrews who suffered a pulmonary embolisms in both lungs Saturday night.
"Andrews was admitted to the hospital last night with pulmonary embolisms in both lungs. The blood clots are thought to have originated in his legs, broken up and traveled to his lungs.
Ronnie Barnes, the Giants' senior vice president of medical services, said Andrews is receiving treatment and resting in the hospital and will most likely be released ton Monday.
Baas, the Giants starting center, was a late scratch due to heaches. Herzlich (ankle) and Umenyiora (ankle) were not expected to play. It will be interesting to see how the Giants shuffle their offensive line. Kevin Boothe started at left guard last week, but is also the backup center.
Running back Ahmad Bradshaw and linebacker Michael Boley will play. Bradshaw has missed the last four games with a cracked bone in his foot. Boley has missed two games due to a hamstring injury."
LB Mark Herzlich (Ankle)
DE Osi Umenyiora (Ankle/Knee)
WR Mario Manningham (Knee)...Doubtful
OL Stacy Andrews (medical)\
DT Jimmy Kennedy
RB Da'Rel Scott
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