Giants injury report: Ahmad Bradshaw out; Hakeem Nicks probable

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New York won't have its leading rusher available this weekend. Some of the team's other key contributors are banged up as well.

The New York Giants released an updated injury report on Friday, and they'll be without at least four players when they face the Atlanta Falcons this Sunday. Cornerback Prince Amukamara (hamstring), running back Ahmad Bradshaw (knee/foot), safety Kenny Phillips (foot) and safety Tyler Sash (hamstring) are listed as out. None of those players were able to practice Friday. Amukamara and Bradshaw both have started at least 10 games for the Giants this season, and Phillips has made five starts.

Linebacker Michael Boley (back) is questionable. Center David Baas (shoulder), tight end Travis Beckum (knee), wide receiver Hakeem Nicks (knee) and defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (back) are all probable. Pierre-Paul has made 12 starts this season and has 6.5 sacks, while Baas has started all 13 games. Nicks has 50 receptions for 652 yards and three scores in 10 games.

The Giants meet the Falcons at 1 p.m. ET Sunday; the game will be televised by FOX.

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