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NFL Week 9 Inactives: Tackles Andrew Thomas, Evan Neal return


The following players will be inactive for the Week 9 matchup between the Giants and Raiders in Las Vegas:


  • K Cade York
  • S Gervarrius Owens
  • OL Sean Harlow
  • OT Joshua Miles
  • DL Jordon Riley
  • RB Jashaun Corbin


  • OLB Luke Masterson
  • FB Jakob Johnson
  • OT Thayer Munford
  • LB Divine Deablo
  • DT Byron Young
  • DE Isaac Rochell
  • QB Brian Hoyer

The Giants made a flurry of roster moves this week, notably the trade of defensive lineman Leonard Williams, a two-time team captain, to the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for a 2024 second-round draft choice and a 2025 fifth-round selection.

The team also placed three key contributors on injured reserve: tight end Darren Waller (hamstring), backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor (ribs), and kicker Graham Gano, who has a left knee injury that will require surgery.

The Giants signed two kickers – Cade York to the active roster off the Tennessee Titans' practice squad and Randy Bullock to their practice squad. Bullock, a 10-year veteran who kicked for the Giants in the 2016 season opener, was elevated to the active roster on Saturday.

In addition, linebacker Justin Hollins was elevated from the practice squad, and receiver/returner Gunner Olszewski and tight end Lawrence Cager were signed to the roster from the practice squad.

More reinforcements are coming.

Quarterback Daniel Jones was cleared from a neck injury that sidelined him for three games. Meanwhile, the Giants were once again awaiting the statuses of starting tackles Andrew Thomas, who has not played since the season opener because of a hamstring injury, and Evan Neal, who missed the past two games with an ankle injury. They were officially listed as questionable heading into Sunday but will be active.

"We haven't had all of our guys on the field at once in a long time," Saquon Barkley said this week. "So it'd definitely be good, when you have your playmakers and some of your best players out there and we gel well together. To say that we're going to pick it up, score however many points, four touchdowns in a half, I can't sit here and guarantee that, but it'll definitely give us a better opportunity to win football games when your best players are out there on the field."

View photos of the New York Giants arriving for their Week 9 matchup with the Las Vegas Raiders.


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