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Giants roster returning to full strength

As the Giants prepare to host Miami on Sunday, every player on the team’s roster practiced for the first time this season on Wednesday.

Defensive end Justin Tuck (groin/neck), running back Brandon Jacobs (knee), rookie cornerback Prince Amukamara (foot) and fullback Henry Hynoski (neck) went through a limited practice.

Wide receiver Ramses Barden (ankle) also participated in practice although it is unclear how much he did since he remains on the physically unable to perform list and is not on the official injury report.

The only Giant who was not on the field was backup center Adam Koets, who also is on the PUP list with a back injury and is not ready to practice yet.

“I hope we have enough uniforms for these guys,” head coach Tom Coughlin said about all the injured players returning.

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4 Responses to “Giants roster returning to full strength”

  1. Russo757 says:

    Tuck’s injury worries me. I’m wondering if they shouldnt sit him one more week since its against a less dangerous opponent.

  2. PC says:

    very excited to get these guys back but we can take it a bit slow against the Dolphins! We are really gonna need them down the stretch with Patriots, Saints 49ers, Eagles, Packers and Cowboys coming up! The playoffs basically start in 10 days, Get Ready!!!

  3. Jason C. says:

    All you people are saying exactly what we can’t be saying, remember all this same talk right before the Seattle game? This game will be lost if they have the mentality that they don’t need all hands on deck because “it’s only the Dolphins”. Without Tuck the Giants CANNOT stop the run, they’ve shown it, and it’s hard to take an early lead without stepping the run. We need Tuck back ASAP, if he’s not ready to go, that’s one thing, but if he feels he can play, he has to.

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