That means it will be Manning's game to play, at least one contest in what is likely to be his final season in New York. With little else to achieve in 2019, Monday at least offers Giants fans a chance to cheer on their two-time Super Bowl champion quarterback one more time, even with the team on the road in Philadelphia.
Manning will likely have tight end Evan Engram (foot) and receiver Golden Tate (concussion) to work with, according to Shurmur, who said the two continue to trend upward and should be available Monday. Engram, who hasn't played since Week 9, and Tate were among four Giants who returned to practice Thursday.
Elsewhere in Friday's injury news:
»Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller (knee), who was sidelined last Sunday, is questionable after being limited in practice all week.
»Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen (hamstring) is doubtful to play against the Lions. Thielen has not played since Week 9 while dealing with the injury. Friday's update comes one day after coach Mike Zimmer suggested Thielen had a "good opportunity" to play this week. Thielen has not practiced this week.
Vikings left tackle Riley Reiff (concussion) is questionable to play against Detroit. Running back Dalvin Cook (chest) does not have a gameday designation.
» The Los Angeles Rams have ruled out tight end Gerald Everett (knee) while tackle Rob Havenstein (knee) is listed as doubtful.
»*Tom Brady* was not listed on New England's injury report Friday after being limited with toe and elbow injuries Thursday.
Patriots center Ted Karras was ruled out for their game against Kansas City, while right tackle Marcus Cannon (illness), receiver Julian Edelman (shoulder), cornerback Jason McCourty (groin) and receiver Mohamed Sanu (ankle) are questionable.
Meanwhile, Gase said he wasn't ready to rule out safety Jamal Adams (ankle). The third-year defensive back's injury was viewed earlier this week as a week-to-week issue, but it sounds as if it is progressing quicker than expected. However, he was listed as doubtful to play against Miami.
Jets cornerback Brian Poole (concussion) was ruled out for Sunday's game while offensive lineman Chuma Edoga (knee) and cornerback Arthur Maulet (calf) are doubtful.
»Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen (concussion) will not play Sunday versus the Falcons. Olsen, who's appeared in every game this season, exited last week's game against the Redskins early and did not practice this week while in the protocol. Offensive tackle Greg Little (ankle) will miss his second consecutive game.
»Indianapolis Colts coach Frank Reich said running back Marlon Mack (hand) and wide receiver Parris Campbell (hand) are expected to play Sunday versus the Buccaneers. Neither have a game designation. Safety Malik Hooker (foot) was a full participant in Friday's practice and is questionable. Cornerback Rock Ya-Sin (ankle) did not practice and is also questionable. Kicker Adam Vinatieri (knee) and cornerback Kenny Moore (ankle) have been ruled out.
»Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green (ankle), who has yet to play this season, has been ruled out for the game in Cleveland coming off the team's first win of the year.
»San Francisco 49ers safety Jaquiski Tartt (ribs) did not practice Friday and will not play Sunday against New Orleans. Receivers Marquise Goodwin (knee, foot) and Dante Pettis (knee) and tackle Joe Staley (finger) are questionable to play.
»Chicago Bears receiver Javon Wims suffered a slight knee sprain in their win Thursday over Dallas, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source.
»Dallas Cowboys receiver Cedrick Wilson suffered a knee sprain against Chicago and will not need surgery, Rapoport reported. He is however a candidate for injured reserve.
»Philadelphia Eagles receiver Nelson Agholor (knee), defensive end Derek Barnett (ankle) and linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill (concussion) did not practice Friday for the second straight day. Running back Jordan Howard (shoulder) was limited.
»Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett revealed in a conference call Friday that quarterback Dak Prescott injured his right index finger and sprained his left hand in Thursday night's loss against the Bears. Prescott played through the game and Garrett expects Prescott to be good to go next Sunday against the Rams.