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Giants injury report: Golden Tate, Sterling Shepard limited

The New York Giants moved things outdoors on Thursday, practicing on the field at MetLife Stadium for nearly two hours.

It was the first full practice of the week following a walkthrough on Wednesday, and the good news was that defensive lineman Leonard Williams and defensive back Logan Ryan were back. Both players had been excused for personal reasons a day earlier.

Additionally, wide receiver Golden Tate was practicing but not without restriction a week after being relegated to scout team duty as part of Joe Judge’s disciplinary measures.

“We’re kind of past that issue now,” Judge said of Tate. “Golden’s getting ready to play Philly as well right now. I love the way he came to practice yesterday, I love the way he’s preparing so far today. . . We’ll roll him in fast.”

Tate was limited after suffering a late-practice knee injury on Thursday. He had previously been scheduled to meet with the media but was unavailable after going down hurt.

The Giants’ full official injury report can be found below:

Did not participate: N/A

Limited participant: RB Devonta Freeman (ankle), WR Sterling Shepard (toe/hip), WR Golden Tate (knee)

Full participant: DT Leonard Williams (not injury related), DB Logan Ryan (not injury related), TE Kaden Smith (concussion)

Giants Wire