Giants vs Eagles II: Thursday Practice Injury Report; Rogers, Jacobs & Webster unable to practice


The New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles have released their official Thursday practice injury report:

Oct 21, 2013; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Minnesota Vikings quarterback Josh Freeman (12) throws a pass as New York Giants outside linebacker Spencer Paysinger (54) closes in during the first half at Metlife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Chris Faytok/THE STAR-LEDGER via USA TODAY Sports

The only two changes from yesterday’s injury report for the Giants were Spencer Paysinger (ankle) was able to practice today while Corey Webster (groin) was not able to. As I mentioned yesterday, Webster only played 3 snaps on Monday against the Vikings, so his groin is clearly still severely limiting him. If he plays on Sunday, he will likely not see many snaps as he did against the Vikings.

Aug 24, 2013; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants defensive tackle Shaun Rogers (95) gets to New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith (7) too late during the first half at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jim O

Brandon Jacobs (hamstring) and Shaun Rogers (knee) were again unable to practice today. All signs seem to point to Jacobs getting another week off and Peyton Hillis/Michael Cox getting the start at runningback on Sunday against the Eagles. Rogers was not able to practice much last week, as is the case this week, but was able to play against the Vikings on Monday and actually had his best game as a New York Giant. His status tomorrow for Sunday’s game will be interesting.

For the Eagles, they got a big boost with all pro left tackle, Jason Peters (knee), returning as a full participant in practice. The Eagles starting cornerback, Bradley Fletcher (shoulder/finger), also returned to practice.

October 20, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly checking out the wind with throwing grass up in the air prior to the game against the Dallas Cowboys at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Jeffrey Pittenger

Michael Vick was once again a full participant in practice and everything still seems to suggest that he will be the Eagles starting quarterback on Sunday, despite Chip Kelly’s reluctance to officially name him the starter.