Giants list 2 out, Andrew Thomas as questionable vs. Commanders

As expected, the New York Giants will be without right tackle Evan Neal and veteran cornerback Adoree’ Jackson on Sunday against the Washington Commanders at FedEx Field.

“Adoree’ won’t play,” head coach Brian Daboll told reporters on Friday. “And Evan won’t play. Those two guys.”

Neal is dealing with an ankle injury — his second of the season — while Jackson is forced to sit out due to a concussion.

Linebacker Kayvon Thibodeaux and rookie cornerback Deonte Banks took major steps forward, clearing the NFL’s mandated concussion protocol. Both will play in Week 11.

Safeties Xavier McKinney and Jason Pinnock, and rookie quarterback Tommy DeVito practiced in full for the second straight day and did not receive a designation. They will also play on Sunday.

Full injury reports for both the Giants and Commanders can be found below:

New York Giants

Out: OL Evan Neal (ankle), CB Adoree’ Jackson (concussion)

Doubtful: N/A

Questionable: OL Andrew Thomas (knee)

Washington Commanders

Out: FB Alex Armah (hamstring), DE James Smith-Williams (hamstring)

Doubtful: RB Antonio Gibson (toe)

Questionable: N/A

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