The Giants have released Wednesday's injury report:
Limited Participation in Practice (Less than 100 percent of a player's normal repetitions)
- WR Odell Beckham (hip)
- S Nat Berhe (concussion)
- LS Zak DeOssie (ankle)
- QB Ryan Nassib (elbow)
- T Marshall Newhouse (calf)
- RB/KR Bobby Rainey (calf)
- S Darian Thompson (foot)
The Eagles also released their injury report...
Did Not Participate In Practice
- G Allen Barbre (hamstring)
- LB Kamu Grugier-Hill (hamstring)
- DT Taylor Hart (ankle)
Limited Participation in Practice
- CB Nolan Carroll (hamstring)
- DT Bennie Logan (groin)
- RB Ryan Mathews (tooth)
Full Participation in Practice
- S Chris Maragos (hamstring)
The good news is WR Odell Beckham, Jr. (hip) says he's "somewhere around 85-90 percent", which is way up from the "65" he believes he was at heading into the Giants' last game in London. Apparently, his hip was worse then than he was letting on. "It was pretty close to a game-time decision," he said. And after he slipped on his second or third route in warmups, "I didn't know if I was going to make it through the game." The week of rest apparently has done him a lot of good, though, and it's a good bet he'll be ready for Sunday.
There is some hope that the Giants' safety corps will get a boost this weekend. Both Thompson and Berhe are believed to be on track to at least have a chance to play. Berhe's status is probably the least clear of the two. He's still technically in the concussion protocol and he hasn't been cleared for contact in practice. He said he expects, though, that will happen on Thursday, which would be a positive sign.
DeOssie has played through the ankle injury, so as long as it doesn't get worse he should be OK. Nassib's elbow is only "sore," according to head coach Ben McAdoo so that doesn't seem to be much to worry about.
Also not listed on the injury report is defensive end Olivier Vernon, whom McAdoo said "is still fighting through the wrist" injury he's been playing through for much of the season.