Giants have no players with injury designations

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The Giants are as healthy as they can be for Sunday’s return to playoff action.

The team did not issue any injury designations for their road game against the Vikings. Everyone on the 53-man roster practiced all week and they’re set to be available for the team’s first playoff game in six years.

Cornerback Adoree' Jackson is part of that group and he is set to play for the first time since hurting his knee in Week 11.

Edge rusher Azeez Ojulari (ankle), defensive lineman Leonard Williams (neck), and center Jon Feliciano (back) all missed Week 18 before returning to action this week. The Giants rested several other starters for their loss to the Eagles and the blank injury report supports that approach.

The Vikings have not ruled any players out, but they do have three listed as questionable.

6 responses to “Giants have no players with injury designations

  1. This will probably be a close contest. Giants are a good team, hopefully they can get Cook and Mattison going. Or JJ gets 100 plus and a TD or two. As usual, whoever turns it over more will probably lose.

  2. I would think the Giants would double and triple team JJ and let the chips fall where they may after that. The Vikings need to get JJ involved early and often. Nothing wrong with end arounds, WR screens, quick passes when DB plays 7-8 yard off coverage. Now, do the Giants have the DB’s to then cover KJ running free in the secondary if they use man power to cover JJ, like he’s been doing the last 4-5 games?

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