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Giants injury report: Evan Engram, Golden Tate return to practice

The New York Giants were back on the practice field on Thursday, but there was one noticeable, albeit unsurprising absence: rookie quarterback Daniel Jones (ankle).

Despite conspiracy theories that he’s not that badly injured, Jones was unable to practice with his teammates on Thursday, instead riding a stationary bike in a boot while trainers looked on during the portion if practice open to the media.

In addition to Jones, safety Jabrill Peppers (back) was not spotted at practice and tight end Rhett Ellison (concussion) was not participating.

On the other side of the injury front, Thursday saw the return of tight end Evan Engram (foot), wide receiver Golden Tate (concussion), cornerback Corey Ballentine (concussion) and left tackle Nate Solder (ankle).

All five of those players appeared to be practicing in full and with the sole exception of Ellison, appear poised to make their return on Monday night against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Below is the official injury report released by the Giants:

Full participant: WR Golden Tate (concussion)

Limited participant: TE Evan Engram (foot), LT Nate Solder (ankle), CB Corey Ballentine (concussion)

Non-participant: QB Daniel Jones (ankle), Rhett Ellison (concussion), S Jabrill Peppers (back) and DE Chris Peace (knee)

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