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New York Giants’ Kenny Phillips Doubtful for Monday; Jason-Pierre Paul Questionable

December 1st, 2012 at 4:00 PM
By Dan Benton

Although he felt confident in his ability to get on the field Monday night, New York Giants safety Kenny Phillips (knee) is officially listed as doubtful and unlikely to play against the Washington Redskins.

'Aaron Ross and Kenny Phillips' photo (c) 2010, Marianne O'Leary - license:

In addition to Phillips, linebacker Jacquian Williams (knee) is also listed as doubtful, while tight end Travis Beckum (knee) has been declared out. However, the team made it a point to note that Beckum did not suffer a setback to his surgically repaired knee (ACL), and that it was just due to routine soreness.

Meanwhile, defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (back) missed his second straight day of practice and joins wide receiver Domenik Hixon (ankle) and offensive lineman David Diehl (shoulder) as questionable.

Finally, safety Antrel Rolle (illness), defensive end Justin Tuck (foot), cornerback Jayron Hosley (shoulder), running back Ahmad Bradshaw (foot) and center David Baas (shoulder) are all listed as probable.


Tags: Ahmad Bradshaw, Antrel Rolle, David Baas, David Diehl, Domenik Hixon, Football, Jacquian Williams, Jason Pierre-Paul, Jayron Hosley, Justin Tuck, Kenny Phillips, New York, New York Giants, NFL, Travis Beckum

4 Responses to “New York Giants’ Kenny Phillips Doubtful for Monday; Jason-Pierre Paul Questionable”

  1.  Valid says:

    Gotta love the Redskins players saying that they “outplayed” us. News flash: YOU OUTPLAY A TEAM, YOU WIN THE GAME. It is one of my biggest pet peeves when people say a losing team outplayed the winning team. That is not possible.

    Also, sucks about Phillips, but this doesn’t cause my confidence in this game to waver that much. I still expect the Giants to roll.

  2.  kinsho says:

    Well, this is concerning. No more flexible safety sets means we play a more predictable defensive game. And the Redskins want us bad given all their chirping.

    More importantly, we cannot lose JPP. We need him to hold Trent Williams at bay so that Bobby boy and his rookie pal Morris will have a harder time running to the left.


    •  Valid says:

      The potential absence of JPP concerns me much more than Phillips, but I have a hard time believing JPP won’t be on the field this Monday.

  3.  jfunk says:

    JPP has been dealing with the back all season, I will assume he will be out there until I actually see him on the inactive list. Kenny is very concerning. Simply not the same defense without him. And unfortunately despite a good off season at the position, it appears Rolle is still our best nickle corner.

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