New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks took part in practice for the third consecutive day Friday and is listed as probable to face the Washington Redskins on Sunday as he continues to deal with foot and knee issues.
"He's fought through everything. Every day he comes back out and he tells me he feels good about it and so he gets probably half the reps," head coach Tom Coughlin said. "So he's excited and anxious and hopefully it will be consistent; physically, there will be no setbacks.
Nicks said he feels "pretty good now," and a lot better than this time last week preparing for the Giants' cross-country game at San Francisco.
"I wasn't really expecting too much out of that game. I just wanted to go out there and get back." Nicks said. "This week I had a full week of practice so I expect it to be better. Next week will be better. I just want to keep getting better."
Running back Ahmad Bradshaw is listed as questionable with his sore foot and did not practice Friday.
"He was a little sore today. We're trying to get him to a point, game day, where he's healthy," Coughlin said.