Around half of the Giants' 2012 roster has a realistic chance of moving on this offseason. General manager Jerry Reese was asked on Monday if he'd put the number around 23 players in total. "It's a pretty big number, but nothing we can't handle," Reese said.
TE Travis Beckum's lingering knee injury lands him on IR with the Giants' season coming to an end Sunday.
Giants coach Tom Coughlin's message to his players on Wednesday was a simple one: "We're going to resurrect a little bit of pride here in our last game."
The Giants' weekly injury report didn't offer any surprises on the final Wednesday of the regular season. Unfortunately, it didn't offer much optimism either.
DE Justin Tuck and S Kenny Phillips are among the New York Giants' inactives for their game against the Ravens.
With injuries to key players in the secondary, the Giants will have to get a good performance from their defensive line to counter the Falcons' potent passing game Sunday in Atlanta.
Two key Giants starters -- RB Ahmad Bradshaw (knee/foot) and CB Prince Amukamara (hamstring) -- will miss Sunday's game against the Falcons because of injuries.
Although the Giants' defense is in the middle of the pack when it comes to sacks, the coaches say the impact of a good pass rush is more than that single statistic.
The Giants (8-5) seemed as relaxed and confident as ever coming off a big win over a Saints team that had given them trouble in recent seasons. But the calmness of Wednesday shouldn't belie the significance of Sunday's game in Atlanta.
Giants inactives for Sunday's game against the Saints include S Kenny Phillips and DE Adewale Ojomo.

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