The New York Giants ruled out three players on Friday's final injury report. Running back Saquon Barkley (ankle), wide receiver Kenny Golladay (knee), and linebacker Justin Hillard (Achilles/placed on injured reserve) will not suit up against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 6 at MetLife Stadium.
Meanwhile, quarterback Daniel Jones, who suffered a concussion last week in Dallas, was cleared to play after an examination by an independent neurological consultant. He increased his workload throughout the practice week, from a non-participant Wednesday to limited work Thursday to full capacity Friday.
"Obviously, Daniel is a critical part of this team," coach Joe Judge said earlier in the week. "He's done a good job. He's improved consistently throughout his time here. He's obviously playing at a high level for us right now. He's doing a lot of things to facilitate the offense. He has great command of the line of scrimmage. This guy does a lot of things in terms of making plays, extending plays. He's made plays with his legs, with his arm. I can continue to see this guy progressing within his craft, his profession."
The Giants also listed four players as questionable for Sunday: starting left tackle Andrew Thomas (foot), offensive lineman Ben Bredeson (hand), and wide receivers Darius Slayton (hamstring) and Kadarus Toney (ankle). Slayton and Bredeson appeared on the gameday inactive list, which is released 90 minutes prior to kickoff.
- RB Saquon Barkley
- WR Kenny Golladay
- CB Josh Jackson
- OL Ben Bredeson
- WR Darius Slayton
- LB Quincy Roche
- QB Bryce Perkins
- LB Chris Garrett
- OT Tremayne Anchrum
- NT Bobby Brown
- TE Brycen Hopkins
- OT Alaric Jackson
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