Giants full injury report leading up to Bills game is a total disaster

Even more bodies were kept out of practice on Wednesday

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Teams are always going to be dealing with plenty of injuries throughout the regular season, but did anyone expect this for the NY Giants in 2023? Guys are banged up on both sides of the ball and the timing could not be worse.

Come Sunday night, the G-Men will travel to take on the Bills and Josh Allen. Big Blue is 1-4 on the year, while Buffalo and Josh Allen are hoping to bounce back in a big way after losing to the Jaguars in London. Leading up to that contest, it's unknown if several key players will be able to suit up. The list includes Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley, while we now have to worry about Darren Waller too:

Darren Waller dealing with a groin injury is terrible news for Brian Daboll and the Giants

When will the bad news stop for Coach Dabes and his staff? All-Pro left tackle Andrew Thomas is still dealing with his hamstring injury, while John Michael Schmitz, who injured his shoulder on a failed tush push play, is sidelined too.

If that wasn't bad enough, this Waller news came from out of nowhere. While it doesn't appear to be serious, the former Pro Bowl TE has a long history of injuries in recent seasons, so it's always going to be concerning when he misses practice. We can only hope this groin issue doesn't cause him problems the rest of the week.

With Azeez Ojulari, man, can this guy stay healthy for more than five days? The pass-rusher was able to get back on the field for Week 5's loss to the Dolphins after missing three games with a hamstring injury, but now he's dealing with a bum ankle. You've got to feel bad for him.

Wan'Dale Robinson battling a knee injury is quite frustrating, as he tore his ACL last season in the home loss to the Lions. Robinson can make a big difference for this offense when healthy, but his first two years in the league has been filled with adversity. We'll have a close eye on these guys ahead of Sunday's tilt with the Bills, but things just don't look great for Daboll and Co. right now.