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Preliminary Injury Report


UPDATE -- The following players practiced on a limited basis Wednesday: CB Prince Amukamara (Foot), LB Michael Boley (Knee),  FB Henry Hynoski (Neck), RB Brandon Jacobs (knee), DE Justin Tuck (groin/neck), DE Osi Umenyiora (knee).

G Chris Snee participated in practice in full on Wednesday.

The Giants healed up during their bye week exactly as Tom Coughlin hoped they would. The head coach announced today that he expects everyone on the roster to practice today. If that proves to be true, it would be a first for the 2001 season.

"I hope we have enough uniforms for these guys," Coughlin said.

Brandon Jacobs, Justin Tuck and Osi Umenyiora appeared on the Giants' preliminary injury report, but Chris Snee did not.

Jacobs (knee) missed the last two games and Tuck (groin/neck) the previous three games, but both practiced on Monday.  Umenyiora has been listed on the injury report because he underwent knee surgery in August and occasionally misses practice as a precaution, but he has a sack in each of the last three games.

Snee sat out the Giants' 27-24 pre-bye victory over Buffalo on Oct. 16 with a concussion suffered the week before vs. Seattle. But he passed all the required medical tests early last week and worked on Monday.

Linebacker Michael Boley (knee), fullback Henry Hynoski (neck) and cornerback Prince Amukamara (foot) also appear on the injury report.

"(Hynoski) is the one guy I'm not sure how much he's going to do," Coughlin said.

Wide receiver Ramses Barden, who returned to work Monday after spending the first six weeks of the season on the reserve/PUP list, showed no ill effects for his first practice.

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