CB Prince Amukamara (foot), WR Jerrel Jernigan (hip), WR Mario Manningham (knee), CB Aaron Ross (quadricep) all practiced in full while DE Osi Umenyiora (knee) was limited.
Tom Coughlin said Boley and Bradshaw were still day-to-day and that the trainers wanted to keep Beatty of his feet. When asked if this was a new ailment, Coughlin said, "From time to time he's had a little trouble."
Coughlin also said Jernigan was "flying around" and will resume his role returning kicks this week. The coach also stated that WR Ramses Barden looked more comfortable in the offense and that rookie LB Mark Herzlich could see time if Boley cannot play.
The main subject, however, was the debut of top draft pick Prince Amukamara which will finally happen this Sunday night.
"We have been told that he is cleared to go and however fast we want to move him along, we move him along," Coughlin said. "He has been limited until this week, in terms of how many reps he has taken as well. This week, we haven’t been concerned with how many reps he takes. This is the first time that has happened."
Bradshaw told reporters that he was feeling better and had hoped to play Sunday, but he believes next Monday's game in New Orleans seems like a more realistic goal.
DE Justin Tuck, who told reporters again today that he "sucked", is extremely frustrated by his performance thus far. He admitted that his neck and groin injuries have played into his recent lack of production...
"I’m not a very good player right now. It’s frustrating because I do look at myself on film and I don’t like what I see. It’s not the effort. I feel like I’m putting forth the effort, but it’s just some things are not allowing me to play my style of football."
With Michael Vick doubtful with broken ribs, DC Perry Fewell was asked which Philadelphia quarterback he was preparing for this week.
"Both of them. Well, all three of them, really."
If Vick can't go, Andy Reid will have to chose from Mike Kafka or Vince Young.