Despite suffering a hip flexor injury on Monday night, wide receiver Mario Manningham will suit up for this Sunday's showdown against the Eagles.
Manningham will likely start opposite Hakeem Nicks, but at the very least Manningham is going to be available as he was listed on the injury report as probable on Friday. Reports from New York indicate that wide receiver Derek Hagan could see an expanded role despite Manningham's status.
The Giants will have their Pro Bowl defensive ends at their disposal as well. Justin Tuck was added to Friday's injury report (abdomen), but is listed as probable. Osi Umenyiora rests his once-injured knee during the week and he, too, is probable for the game.
The offensive line for the Giants will also have the services of right guard Chris Snee, who was a full participant on Friday and is listed as probable. His status was up in the air due to a hip injury. The Giants got left tackle David Diehl back last Monday night against the Vikings. Center Shaun O'Hara, who has been out with a foot injury, is questionable.
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-- Posted by Chris McPherson, 2:22 p.m., December 17