Giants’ Aaron Ross Still Out With Hamstring Injury


Giants cornerback Aaron Ross did not practice again on Thursday due to his nagging hamstring injury, the New York Daily News reports.

Ross was able to do some running on the sidelines during the practice session, but has yet to return to a full practice as he tries to finally get back on the field for the regular season. Ross missed the Giants' Week 1 victory over Washington with the same hamstring injury.

Safety Michael Johnson (shoulder) was not in pads during the media portion of the practice, but cornerback Kevin Dockery (hamstring) and safety Kenny Phillips (knee) were.

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