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Wednesday Injury Report

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - Shaun O'Hara will not practice today because of his sprained right foot, though Tom Coughlin declined to predict his center's availability for the Giants' game Sunday in Seattle.

"We'll go day-by-day," Coughlin said.

O'Hara was hurt in the Giants' most recent game, a Monday night victory in Dallas on Oct. 25. If he can't play, Adam Koets will play center, as he did when O'Hara missed three games with ankle and Achilles injuries earlier in the season.

Madison Hedgecock, who has missed three games with a hamstring injury, "will go a little bit more than beyond the individual" drills, Coughlin said.

Linebacker/special teamer Gerris Wilkinson will practice with "a pillow" on his fractured left hand.

Tackle Will Beatty (foot surgery) is not ready to return to practice.

Coughlin has not decided when or if offensive lineman Kevin Boothe will be activated off the physically unable to perform list. The team has until November 11 to make that determination.

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