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Giants' cornerbacks Webster, Ross among inactives

The New York Giants will be thin in the secondary tonight against the Washington Redskins.

The list of inactives is out, and Giants cornerbacks Corey Webster and Aaron Ross are both on it. Webster hurt his knee last week against the Eagles, and Ross, who had been listed as questionable, felt tightness in his hamstring today and was ruled out as a result.

The Giants’ other inactives are receiver Ramses Barden, tackle Kareem McKenzie, running back Danny Ware, tackle Adam Koets, receiver Sinorice Moss and tight end Darcy Johnson.

The Redskins, meanwhile, are getting healthier at cornerback, with DeAngelo Hall, who was listed as questionable with a knee injury, active tonight.

The Redskins’ inactives are third quarterback Richard Bartel, cornerback Kevin Barnes, center Edwin Williams, linebacker Alvin Bowen, linebacker Curtis Gatewood, guard Paul Fanaika, wide receiver Marko Mitchell and defensive tackle Cornelius Griffin.

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1 Response to “Giants' cornerbacks Webster, Ross among inactives”
  1. GARGUZO says: Dec 21, 2009 8:00 PM

    thats ok…we have the best two safties in the NFL, Aaron Rouse and CC (Cant Cover) Brown…Maybe our top notch pass rush led by recent $42mm signing Chris Canty will save the day…Oh lord what in the world has happened to us!!!

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