The New York Giants head south to face the Miami Dolphins in the final game of the Week 14 NFL schedule. The clubs updated their injury reports for the week on Saturday, releasing their final statuses for players who may or may not be able to get on the field Monday night.
The Dolphins will once again be without tackle Ja'Wuan James who sustained a toe injury in Week 8, an injury that was expected to take between four and six weeks to heal. Miami will also be without wide receiver Rishard Matthews for the second straight week as he recovers from a robs injury he sustained against the New York Jets. Finally, the Dolphins will also be without tight end Brandon Williams, who broke a bone in his foot this week and will likely be placed on injured reserve.
The Giants will be without linebacker Devon Kennard, who is dealing with a foot and hamstring issue.
The full injury reports for both teams are below. The game kicks off at 8:30pm Monday.
Out: Devon Kennard, linebacker (foot/hamstring)
Questionable: Robert Ayers, defensive end (neck); Ereck Flowers, tackle (ankle); Brandon Meriweather, safety (knee)
Probable: Marshall Newhouse, tackle (back)
Out: Ja'Wuan James, tackle (toe); Rishard Matthews, wide receiver (ribs); Brandon Williams, tight end (foot)
Questionable: Earl Mitchell, defensive tackle (calf)
Probable: Branden Albert, tackle (not-injury related); John Denney, long snapper (neck); Jelani Jenkins, linebacker (ankle); Jarvis Landry, wide receiver (knee); Jordan Phillips, defensive tackle (shoulder); Mike Pouncey, center (foot); Kenny Stills, wide receiver (ankle)