The Giants downgraded Bradshaw (fractured foot), Nicks (hamstring) and Baas (knee) after all three were listed as doubtful.
Coach Tom Coughlin updated Bradshaw's condition Friday saying the fifth-year veteran does not need surgery to repair a broken bone in his right foot after he missed his third straight practice. Bradshaw, Nicks and Baas were all injured in last week's win over Miami.
"The doctors felt that it wouldn't be necessary for him to have surgery right now," Coughlin said, adding that Bradshaw would try to play through the pain, which he did for a similar injury in 2009.
Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, who has a team-high 8.5 sacks, also missed practice with concussion-type symptoms suffered Thursday and is questionable.
"He got hit in the head when he was making a play," Coughlin said. "The two helmets hit together and I didn't think much of it and then all of a sudden he was off to the side. He didn't feel good and they shut him right down."
Pierre-Paul had a headache on Friday and the team had him take tests for a concussion.
First-round draft pick Prince Amukamara (foot) was expected to travel with the team for the first time this season and is questionable. He was hurt in training camp.
"I haven't had any reps with the (first) team. But moving wise, I feel like I am ready to cover and ready to hit," Amukamara said.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.