New York, NY (Sports Network) - The New York Giants announced Friday that
safety Kenny Phillips and defensive tackle Rocky Bernard will not play in
Sunday's contest against the Cleveland Browns.
Phillips suffered an injury to his knee in the first quarter of last week's
loss to the Philadelphia Eagles and Bernard has been dealing with a
quadriceps issue. Wide receiver Ramses Barden (concussion) and cornerback
Jayron Hosley (hamstring) have also been declared out for Sunday.
All four players were unable to practice on Friday.
In addition, the Giants listed offensive tackle David Diehl (knee) and
linebacker Keith Rivers (hamstring) as doubtful. Both players were limited in
Friday's practice session.
Linbacker Michael Boley (hip), safety Antrel Rolle (knee), guard Chris Snee
(hip) and cornerback Corey Webster (hand/hamstring) are all questionable after
also being limited on Friday, while center David Baas (hand) and cornerback
Michael Coe (hamstring) were full participants and are listed as probable.
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