New York Giants wide receiver Darius Slayton and starting defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence were limited in practice Wednesday.
Slayton, coming off a monster game, is dealing with a foot injury. Lawrence has a knee injury.
Slayton had eight catches for 129 yards and had a touchdown reception nullified by an offensive pass interference call as the Giants fell to 0-5 with a 37-34 loss the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
Slayton has two touchdown catches and leads the Giants in receptions (23) and yards (365) while Sterling Shepard continues to sit with a toe injury. Shepard has been on short-term injured reserve and the team did not designate him for return Wednesday.
Lawrence had four tackles last week vs. the Cowboys, giving him 23 in his five games (four starts) this season. He also has a sack to go with three quarterback hits and two tackles for loss.
Giants linebacker Kyler Fackrell (ankle) and safety Jabrill Peppers (ankle) were also limited on Wednesday.
New York hosts the Washington Football Team (1-4) on Sunday.
–Field Level Media