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Giants announce inactives
by Larry Hartstein |

The Giants declared linebacker Devon Kennard (toe), wideout Corey Washington, cornerback Jayron Hosley, offensive linemen Adam Gettis and Eric Herman, defensive tackle Dominique Hamilton and tight end Jerome Cunningham inactive for Sunday's game against the Eagles.

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Giants WR Corey Washington finally gets his chance and scores
by Larry Hartstein |

Giants receiver Corey Washington, an undrafted rookie out of tiny Newberry College, got extended playing time in Monday's 40-24 loss to the Colts and responded with his first four NFL catches. Washington finished with 48 yards and outmuscled a defender for a 1-yard touchdown grab late in the fourth quarter.

Washington drew six targets, tied for third on the team. He visits the Seahawks in Week 10.

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Giants WR Corey Washington still learning route tree
by Larry Hartstein |

Giants receiver Corey Washington caught a touchdown pass in four straight preseason games. But even with the team losing Victor Cruz for the season, Washington was inactive Week 7 and has yet to make a regular-season catch.

"He's learning to run an entire route tree," receivers coach Sean Ryan told The Star-Ledger. "There is growing to be done with Corey. He works on his releases, his routes, his top of the breaks, getting out of those -- things he needs to improve on. That is where he is right now. He's a work in progress."

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Giants list inactives for Week 7
by Chris Cwik |

The Giants have made RB Rashad Jennings, OL Adam Snyder, DE Kerry Wynn, OL James Brewer, OL Brandon Mosley, DT Jay Bromley and WR Corey Washington inactive Week 7 against the Cowboys. 

Jennings was the only player listed on the injury report coming into the contest. He was ruled out prior to Sunday. The other six players are healthy scratches. 

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Giants begin task of replacing WR Victor Cruz
by Larry Hartstein |

How do the Giants replace Victor Cruz? Quarterback Eli Manning said the team must move on and figure out its best lineups without Cruz, who tore his patella tendon Sunday night at Philadelphia.

"What are going to be our best formations? What are going to be our best ways of putting people in position to do what they do best that will help out the team?" Manning told the team's website. "We have to be smart and creative with that and make sure guys, when they are on the field, are going to be able to play fast and know exactly what they are doing."

Coach Tom Coughlin called Cruz "a very, very, positive and popular young man who has meant an awful lot to this franchise. Just by virtue of his work ethic and the fact that he is a Pro Bowl playmaker. It is another test for the team. I was going to say the offensive side of the ball, but really for our team."

Cruz ranked third on the team with 23 catches for 337 yards and a touchdown. The website said Rueben Randle unofficially becomes the No. 1 receiver with rookie Odell Beckham Jr., Preston Parker and untested Corey Washington also helping fill the void.

"I think Preston Parker has demonstrated he can play inside, and he can play outside," Coughlin said. "The issue with Preston Parker has been the ball security issue, but as far as his learning multiple positions, he has done that. Corey Washington has played basically on the outside and has done a pretty good job of learning. He practices throughout the week with multiple reps, whatever day it might be. Even in a two-minute drill, he takes reps. He has had multiple opportunities to work."

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North Charleston, SC, USA
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