Inside the Injury Report

Ken Palmer takes a deep look in to the Giants' injury report for this weekend.

Rookie receiver Sinorice Moss got some bad news on Thursday, when he learned that he was going to be shut down indefinitely.

Moss, who suffered a recurrence of the quad injury that sidelined him for most of training camp, is officially listed as questionable, but he didn't practice on Thursday and will definitely not play Sunday.

Rumors have already begun flying that Moss, who's expected to miss at least four or five weeks, might, indeed, be sidelined for the rest of the season.

As for Jeremy Shockey, he practiced on Thursday and looks likely to play in Seattle. While Shockey stopped short of actually saying so, he intimated during interviews Thursday afternoon that he was upset he was even playing during the preseason finale against the Patriots. That's when Richard Seymour fell on the back of Shockey's ankle and originally injured the Pro Bowl tight end.

Finally, Plaxico Burress' back tightened up before practice and he didn't work on Thursday. Burress was added to the injury report as probable.

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