O'Hara Probable for Boys

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The Giants got good news when center Shaun O'Hara was able to practice again on Friday and is listed as probable for New York's playoff showdown in Dallas on Sunday. O'Hara missed last week's game with a knee injury.

"He seemed to do well," Giants coach Tom Coughlin said. "He got better every day, stronger."

However, the news was not so good on CB Sam Madison, especially considering superstar Dallas WR Terrell Owens appears a go for Sunday. Madison did not practice and is doubtful.

"Sam did not do anything today," Coughlin said. "He worked on the side, felt a little bit better, but did not really do anything in practice."

Right tackle Kareem McKenzie (ankle) and tight end Kevin Boss, who returned to work after a one-day illness, practiced fully and are listed as probable.

Cornerback Kevin Dockery (hip flexor) has been declared out of the game, while wide receiver Plaxico Burress (ankle) is questionable, as always. But there's no doubt at all that he's going to play in Big D.

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