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    GIANTS' KENNY PHILLIPS DOUBTFUL; DAVID BAAS OUT FOR SUNDAY

    GIANTS' KENNY PHILLIPS DOUBTFUL; DAVID BAAS OUT FOR SUNDAY

    "The injury polka continues today as news emerges about the status of several
    New York
    Giants players for Sunday night's game against the Dallas Cowboys.



    Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Austin Collie (17)
    is tripped after a 7-yard gain in front of New York Giants safety Kenny
    Phillips
    (21) during the first quarter at Lucas Oil Field in Indianapolis on
    September 19, 2010. UPI /Mark Cowan
    Several sources report Giants safety, Kenny
    Phillips
    (knee), is doubtful as of now. While Phillips had noted
    that he was hopeful to play against the rival Cowboys, it looks as though he
    won't be able to go. This will put the onus on fellow safety, Deon
    Grant
    , to step-up in Phillips absence.


    Additionally, center David
    Baas
    is out for Sunday night. The headaches he experienced last
    week have been labeled as "migraine-type" and seemingly occur as a result of a
    neck injury Baas sustained earlier this fall. This looks to be something that
    might keep Baas out for some time.




    Defensive end, Osi Umenyiora (ankle) and linebackers,
    Mark Herzlich (ankle)
    and Spencer Paysinger (hamstring), are also ruled out against
    the Cowboys.




    On a brighter note, Mario
    Manningham
    , Prince Amukamara, Brandon
    Jacobs
    , Michael
    Boley
    , Ahmad Bradshaw, and Dave
    Tollefson
    are all probable for the game.




    Giants 101 will keep updating up through gametime."

    “Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.” MB Rule # 1






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    Re: GIANTS' KENNY PHILLIPS DOUBTFUL; DAVID BAAS OUT FOR SUNDAY

    Yep looks like Kenny ain't makin the trip. Gulp

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