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  • New York Injuries
    DatePosPlayerInjuryNFL StatusFantasy News
    10/11/15DERobert Ayers Jr.HAMSTRINGOUTGiants defensive end Robert Ayers is out for Sunday's game in Buffalo.

    With Ayers out for a second straight week, George Selvie will likely slide over to left defensive end again, allowing Kerry Wynn to join the starting lineup as the right defensive end. Even against a run-heavy Bills team, the Giants defense will sorely miss its most effective pass-rusher.

    (Updated 10/02/2015)
    10/11/15LBJon BeasonConcussionLEFTGiants linebacker Jon Beason will not return to Sunday's game against the 49ers after suffering a concussion in the first quarter, Newsday's Tom Rock reports.

    Beason suffered the injury on a tackling attempt early in Sunday's game. He was replaced in the contest by Uani Unga. Expect the team to update his status at some point following the game.

    (Updated 10/11/2015)
    10/11/15LBJonathan CasillasCALFQUESTIONABLEThe Giants announced they've signed running back Shane Vereen late Wednesday night. 
    10/11/15WRVictor CruzCALFOUTGiants wide receiver Victor Cruz (calf) won't play Sunday against the 49ers, but he is aiming to return Week 6 against the Eagles, the New York Daily News reports.

    Cruz is slated for an examination with team doctors Monday, which is 10 days removed from receiving a PRP injection in his left calf. After he meets with the doctors, he'll adjust his timetable for a return to running, according to The Record.

    With a Monday night contest in Week 6, Cruz will have an extra day to prove the health of the calf. However, next Thursday's practice will ultimately set the groundwork for the potential to make his season debut.

    (Updated 10/08/2015)
    10/11/15TEJerome CunninghamKNEEPROBABLEGiants tight end Jerome Cunningham (knee) is inactive for the Week 4 game against Buffalo.

    Cunningham and Daniel Fells did not travel with the team. As a result, the Giants' tight end depth will suffer, although Larry Donnell could end up seeing a few more targets.

    (Updated 10/04/2015)
    10/11/15LBDevon KennardHAMSTRINGOUTGiants linebacker Devon Kennard (hamstring) has been ruled out for the game Sunday against the 49ers.

    Kennard is off to an impressive start, with 25 tackles (15 solo) and an interception in four games. The Giants still don't have an every-down linebacker, but Kennard leads the group in snaps. In his absence, Mark Herzlich could get the start, though a bunch of players may benefit from added snaps.

    (Updated 10/09/2015)
    10/11/15CBTrumaine McBrideGROINQUESTIONABLE
    10/11/15DEGeorge SelvieCALFOUTGeorge Selvie will be reunited with former University of South Florida teammate Jason Pierre-Paul in New York. The defensive lineman signed a one-year, $1.4 million deal with the Giants that includes a $200,000 signing bonus, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
    Washington Injuries
    DatePosPlayerInjuryNFL StatusFantasy News
    10/12/15RBMatt JonesToeQUESTIONABLERedskins coach Jay Gruden relayed Monday that running back Matt Jones has a toe sprain and is considered day-to-day.

    More on Jones' Week 6 status once the team resumes practice later this week, but he'll need to be monitored as this coming Sunday's game against the Jets approaches. Jones recorded a team-high 11 carries for 20 yards and TD to go along with one catch for 17 yards in Week 5's loss to the Falcons.

    (Updated 10/12/2015)
    10/11/15CBChris CulliverKNEEOUTRedskins cornerback Chris Culliver (knee) did not practice Wednesday or Thursday and is questionable for Week 5, the Washington Post reports.

    Culliver played through the knee injury in Week 4 but gave up two touchdowns. It's unclear if he will play this week.

    (Updated 10/09/2015)
    10/11/15WRPierre GarconKNEEPROBABLE
    10/11/15DEKedric GolstonHANDPROBABLE
    10/11/15CBDeAngelo HallTOEOUTRedskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall (toe) is out for the Sunday game in Atlanta.

    The team will be without both of their starting cornerbacks for a matchup against Julio Jones, as Chris Culliver (knee) was also ruled out for Sunday.

    (Updated 10/09/2015)
    10/11/15WRDeSean JacksonHAMSTRINGOUTRedskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson (hamstring) did not take part in individual drills Friday, CSN's Tarik El-Bashir reports.

    Jackson was able to take part in drills earlier this week, so it's not clear if he is simply being held out Friday, or if he is feeling renewed soreness after practicing for a couple days. The Redskins will provide an update Jackson's status when they release Friday's injury report.

    (Updated 10/09/2015)
    10/11/15LBRyan KerriganHIPPROBABLE
    10/11/15CJosh LeRibeusCALFPROBABLE
    10/11/15CKory LichtensteigerFINGERPROBABLE
    10/11/15GSpencer LongANKLEPROBABLE
    10/11/15LBTrent MurphyHIPPROBABLE
    10/11/15TEJordan ReedCONCUSSION, KNEE, ANKLEOUTVarious ailments, including a concussion, will probably force Redskins tight end Jordan Reed to miss another game or two, ESPN.com reports.

    Reed had at least one concussion at the University of Florida, and he then suffered a pair during his rookie season (2013), ultimately landing on injured reserve when the symptoms took months to clear up. Now dealing with another concussion, not to mention a sprained MCL, Reed is a long shot to be ready for Week 6.

    (Updated 10/13/2015)
    10/11/15LBPerry Riley Jr.CALFQUESTIONABLE
    07/09/14DBTanard JacksonSuspensionSUSPEND (Updated 12/31/1969)
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