Phillips, who was reportedly expected to miss 1-2 weeks because of the injury he suffered last week, told reporters on Wednesday he's "day to day," adding that he expects to play because he hasn't heard otherwise, according to The Star-Ledger.
"It is much more serious than a headache, obviously," Coughlin said. "A lot of that is to try to eliminate things as well. I really don't have any information other than that and until I am sure that we are going to be talking about the right thing, I will wait and not speculate. I really can't tell you anymore."
Baas told the New York Daily News that despite "migraine-type" headaches he isn't considering that the injury is season-ending.
"I really want to play football, but my health is very important to me," said Baas. "They're going to make the best decision."