Coughlin's Corner: Giants injury news

The New York Giants head coach provided updates and injury news live from the Quest Diagnostics Training Center.

The Giants have been ravaged by injuries and with their offensive line under siege, Tom Coughlin shared some disconcerting news regarding two key components of the team's front five.

"With David Baas and Chris Snee it doesn't look like a whole lot of improvement there. We're holding our breath as we move into this week," said Coughlin.

After undergoing thumb surgery during the preseason, offensive lineman David Diehl is close to returning to full strength.

"David Diehl will practice," noted Coughlin.

Big Blue has some injury concerns to deal with at linebacker.

"Mark Herlzich seems to be a lot better today with the toe," noted Coughlin. "Hopefully by tomorrow he'll be ready to go." "Jaquan [Williams] will practice." New York's secondary is dinged up and its rookie defensive back out of Virginia Tech looks to be sidelined for a while. "Hosely's hamstring is probably going to be an issue," noted Coughlin. After missing the past two games due to an injured hip, it appears the Giants' top cornerback could be back in the mix. "Corey Webster is going to practice," stated Coughlin . Coughlin provided updates on three defensive lineman who have been hobbled by injury this week.

"Jenkins (knee, Achilles) looked better today, won't practice, but he did look better today," said Coughlin.

Jason Pierre-Paul (back) will practice.

Shaun Rogers should be able to go tomorrow.

Cooper Taylor (shoulder) is practicing. Terrell Thomas (knee) is going to have one day a week off and he will have this day.

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