Giants safety Nat Berhe to return to practice Wednesday

Nat Berhe got some good news from the New York Giants' doctors. He has been cleared from concussion protocol and can resume practicing on Wednesday, per Paul Schwartz of the NY Daily News.

Berhe operated as the Giants' starting safety next to Landon Collins in Week 3 with Darian Thompson (foot) sidelined. Berhe has missed the past three games after suffering a concussion in Week 3.

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Undrafted rookie free agent Andrew Adams has started in Berhe's place over the past three games. Although Adams has held his won, Berhe is expected to take back the starting job. Having said that, if Thompson's recovery continues to progress, the Giants could turn to a rotation at safety. Thompson has been sidelined for the Giants since Week 2.

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