Cornerback Aaron Ross, who left the Giants' victory over the Atlanta Falcons with a concussion, has been cleared to return to the field. Ross will practice today when the Giants begin preparing for their NFC Divisional Playoff Game against the 15-1, top-seeded Packers Sunday in Green Bay.
Ross passed a comprehensive series of tests mandated by the NFL after a player suffers a concussion.
Running back D.J. Ware, who suffered a similar injury against Atlanta, has not yet been cleared and will not practice today.
Starting running back Ahmad Bradshaw will also sit out practice, as has been his Wednesday custom through most of the season, as the Giants try to reduce the stress on his surgically-repaired foot.
Linebacker Mark Herzlich, who has not played since Nov. 28 in New Orleans because of an ankle injury, will not work today.
Defensive end Osi Umenyiora (ankle/knee) and running back Da'Rel Scott (knee) are also on the Giants' preliminary injury report. Their status will be updated after practice.
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