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Injury Report: Daniel Jones, Blake Martinez statuses

DANIEL-JONES

The New York Giants listed quarterback Daniel Jones as questionable for Sunday's home game against the Arizona Cardinals.

The second-year pro continues to deal with a hamstring injury, which he suffered in Week 12 before it kept him out of last week's victory in Seattle. Veteran backup Colt McCoy stepped in both times as the team's winning streak grew to four games. Jones was limited in practice early in the week but was a full participant on Friday.

Below is a look at the final injury report for Giants vs. Cardinals:

NEW YORK GIANTS

Table inside Article
Player Injury Wed* Thu Fri Game Status
QB Daniel Jones Hamstring LP LP FP Questionable
DB Darnay Holmes Knee LP LP DNP Questionable
DB Madre Harper Knee DNP DNP DNP Out
LB Blake Martinez Back DNP LP DNP Questionable
OT Matt Peart Ankle DNP LP LP Questionable

*The Giants held a walkthrough Wednesday. Participation is an estimation.

ARIZONA CARDINALS

Table inside Article
Player Injury Wed Thu Fri Game Status
LB DeVondre Campbell Ankle DNP DNP DNP Questionable
WR DeAndre Hopkins Neck/Back DNP DNP LP Questionable
CB Johnathan Joseph Neck DNP DNP DNP Out
DL Domata Peko Sr. Knee DNP FP FP -
S Jalen Thompson Ankle DNP DNP DNP Out
S Charles Washington Groin DNP LP FP -
DL Leki Fotu Hip/Ankle LP FP FP -
DL Rashard Lawrence Calf LP LP FP -
LB Isaiah Simmons Neck/Back - DNP LP Questionable
RB Kenyan Drake Hip - LP LP Questionable
OL Kelvin Beachum Back - - LP Questionable
K Zane Gonzalez Back - - LP Questionable

Practice Status

DNP - Did not participate in practice

LP - Limited participation in practice

FP - Full participation

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