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All three worked on a limited basis. "I felt a lot better today," Bradshaw said.
Amukamara said he re-aggravated his hamstring injury against the Ravens and is unsure of his status for Sunday. Canty has a sprained MCL, but hasn't given up on playing against the Eagles: "I'm fighting hard and I'm in here getting treatment just to make sure I give myself the absolute best chance to be out there on that field on Sunday." (Canty also revealed that he had eye surgery this past offseason, in addition to the knee surgery that kept him out the first six weeks of the season.)
Baas was not available, but coach Tom Coughlin said he is hopeful Baas will practice Friday.
Defensive end Justin Tuck and safety Kenny Phillips, who were both limited Wednesday, were limited again Thursday. Rookie cornerback Jayron Hosley was an addition to the injury report -- Hosley was limited with a quadriceps injury.
One more note: The Giants placed tight end Travis Beckum on injured reserve this week with a knee injury, but Coughlin said it is not related to the torn ACL that Beckum suffered in last year's Super Bowl.
Here's the official injury report for Thursday:
TE Travis Beckum (knee)
Full participation in practice
S Tyler Sash (hamstring)
Limited participation in practice
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw, wide receiver Hakeem Nicks and guard Chris Snee all returned to practice Thursday after sitting out practice Wednesday.