For the third consecutive week, the Giants will be without Odell Beckham Jr.
The Giants wide receiver was ruled out on Friday for Sunday’s game against the Colts with a bruised quad, which Beckham has described as a “hematoma.”
The 26-year-old receiver did not practice all week but head coach Pat Shurmur said that they would not shut Beckham down for the season if he was healthy. Beckham also said on Thursday that if he is healthy, he will play.
“You work to play these games and to be out there,” Beckham said. “These same guys, we get up everyday, we got to work, get out there and practice hard. You want to play with your brothers. I want to play with (Sterling) Shep(ard), Saquon (Barkley), finish the season strong.”
In addition to Beckham, LB Alec Ogletree (concussion), C Spencer Pulley (calf) and WR Russell Shepard (ankle) are also out Sunday vs. the Colts. DE Kerry Wynn (thumb) is questionable.