Giants are unlikely to have good performance in there next match as the case of dangerous injuries

New York Giants defensive lineman Dexter Lawrence is listed as questionable on the team’s final injury report as he deals with a hamstring strain.

Lawrence was a limited practice on Saturday, the first time this week, he was able to take practice reps. But he remains a game-time decision for Monday afternoon against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Also listed as questionable for the Giants are running back Gary Brightwell (hamstring/IR), tight end Lawrence Cager (groin), and defensive lineman A’Shawn Robinson (back). Cager was a limited participant on Saturday, his first practice reps of the week.

Robinson is trending toward playing on Monday. Brightwell, whose 21-day window opened on Wednesday when he was designated to return from IR, appears unlikely to be activated for this week.

Speaking of designated to return, offensive tackle Matt Peart (shoulder) was a full participant in practice all week and appeared to be the more likely of the two to be added back to the 53-man roster once a spot is opened for him.

Offensive tackle Evan Neal (ankle) and defensive lineman Rakeem Nunez-Roches (knee) were declared out. Neal appears to have taken a step backward in his recovery from an ankle injury as, unlike last week when he was able to practice on a limited basis and received a doubtful designation, he didn’t practice at all this week.

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