Giants are hoping that Dexter Lawrence will suit up against the Packers.

Giants are hoping that Dexter Lawrence will suit up against the Packers.

Packers wide receiver Christian Watson won’t be available for Green Bay.

Dexter Lawrence is expected to play Monday night against the Green Bay Packers for the New York Giants after practicing in limited capacity on Saturday for the second straight day.

Lawrence’s hamstring issue kept him out of the Giants’ Week 12 matchup with the New England Patriots.


Brian Daboll, the head coach, expressed optimism. “Hopefully, in a few days, he’ll be prepared to leave here. That would be the strategy.


Evan Neal, the starting right tackle, is sidelined due to a hamstring injury. It will be his sixth game out of the last seven that he will miss.

The following players are classified as questionable: tight end Daniel Bellinger (illness), linebacker Isaiah Simmons (ankle), defensive tackle A’Shawn Robinson (hamstring), and wide receiver/kickoff returner Parris Campbell (knee).


On Saturday, Campbell was added to the list of injuries. He didn’t get any practice. Bellinger missed two days in a row of practice as well.

Christian Watson, a wide receiver with the Packers, is sidelined due to a hamstring issue.

Giants-Packers final injury report


DT Dexter Lawrence (hamstring)

DT A’Shawn Robinson (hamstring)

TE Daniel Bellinger (illness)

LB Isaiah Simmons (ankle)

WR Parris Campbell (knee)



WR Christian Watson (hamstring)


LB Quay Walker (shoulder)


CB Jaire Alexander (shoulder)

RB Aaron Jones (knee)

S Darnell Savage (chest)

**CB Eric Stokes (hamstring)




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