The New York Giants are currently boarding a plane to head to Baltimore where they will take on the Ravens in a pivotal week 16 matchup. And despite seven players listed as questionable on their injury report, everyone other than tight end Travis Beckum, who has been downgraded to out, will make the trip.
If past trips are any indicator, it would mean the Giants expect Chris Snee, Justin Tuck and Ahmad Bradshaw to play this weekend. Previously, they had been the most "iffy" due to their respective injuries.
Meanwhile, for the Baltimore Ravens, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network is reporting that linebacker Ray Lewis is unlikely to play again this regular season as he continues his comeback from a torn triceps. However, the Baltimore Sun maintains that a decision on his status for Sunday's game has not yet been made.
Considering how things could have gone, this is about the best news Big Blue could have possibly hoped for.
Giants Will Continue to Honor Sandy Hook Elementary School Victims
A week after having "S.H.E.S." written on their helmets, the New York Giants organization will continue to honor those lost in the Newtown, CT. shootings. All staff members will wear a black pin with white lettering that reads "S.H.E.S." on Sunday.
UPDATE: Ray Lewis will not be activated and will not play on Sunday.
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