Giants' Joe Judge gives positive updates on Golden Tate, Will Hernandez ahead of Week 10 clash with Eagles

Danny Abriano
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Giants LG Will Hernandez at practice
Giants LG Will Hernandez at practice

The Giants could have two of their key cogs back when they face the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday in a game that still has ramifications in the NFC East race.

Head coach Joe Judge is optimistic that WR Golden Tate, who was benched for Week 9's win over Washington due to disciplinary reasons and injured his knee during practice on Thursday, will be in there on Sunday.

Judge noted that Tate bumped bodies with a teammate late during Thursday's practice but that he had a tremendous week of practice before that.

While Judge will wait to see how Tate looks in practice on Friday, things are trending toward him playing.

The other update was on OL Will Hernandez, who has missed the last two games due to COVID-19.

Per Judge, all signs point toward Hernandez being activated off the COVID-19/Reserve list for Sunday's game.