NFL inactives, Week 5: Browns vs. Giants: Hakeem Nicks, David Diehl still out for New York

Jim O'Connor-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Wide receiver Hakeem Nicks highlights the inactive list for Sunday's matchup between the New York Giants and Cleveland Browns

The New York Giants will be without safety Kenny Phillips, wide receivers Hakeem Nicks and Ramses Barden, defensive tackle Rocky Bernard, cornerback Jayron Hosley, tackle David Diehl and linebacker Keith Rivers for Sunday's contest with the Cleveland Browns.

Hakeem Nicks has missed the last two games for the Giants with a knee injury he suffered in Week 2 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. David Diehl also has not played since Week 2 due to a knee injury. Safety Kenny Phillips was injured in last week's game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

For the Cleveland Browns, wide receivers Mohamed Massaquoi and Travis Benjamin, quarterback Thaddeus Lewis, running back Brandon Jackson, defensive back Tashaun Gipson, offensive lineman Ryan Miller and tight end Alex Smith are inactive Sunday.

Massaquoi will miss his second straight game after leaving Cleveland's Week 3 loss to the Buffalo Bills. Running back Trent Richardson missed Friday practice following the birth of his third child, but he will be play Sunday against New York.

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