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Manningham Questionable With Shoulder Injury:

From Profootballtalk.com:

The New York Giants may need to play Sunday’s big NFC East showdown against the Philadelphia Eagles without starting wide receiver Mario Manningham.

Mark Dwyer of Newsday reports that rookie wide receiver Hakeem Nicks lined up with the first-string offense in today’s practice. Manningham went out to the practice field only for stretching and did not participate in practice.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweeted that Manningham hurt his shoulder at the end of Thursday’s practice and is now questionable for Sunday.

Manningham is second on the team in catches (28) and yards (439) while Nicks is third on the team in both categories, with 16 catches for 315 yards. Steve Smith is the Giants’ top receiver.

In good injury news for the Giants’ offense, running back Ahmad Bradshaw participated in drills despite a foot/ankle injury and starting tackle Kareem McKenzie worked with the first team despite a groin injury.


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One Response to “Manningham Questionable With Shoulder Injury:”

  1. CMH says:

    If Mario can’t go will we keep Sinorice inactive and finally get to see Ramses Barden?

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