Giants Practice Report - Wed.

Tempe, Ariz -- The New York Giants, who set an NFL record winning 10 road games in one season, found their first practice venture on the road a success Wednesday.

Tom Coughlin held a two-hour practice at the Cardinals facility that concluded at 5:20 p.m. Wednesday and had all players in uniform. The flu problems that caused three players to miss last Friday's practice at home also seems to be improving.

Wide receiver Plaxico Burress suited up but was held out of Wednesday's workout. "We held him out today," Coughlin said.

"Hopefully, he'll work tomorrow." Burress has been working on a limited basis the latter part of the regular season because of a severe ankle injury.

Cornerback Kevin Dockery, who missed four of the last five games with a hip flexor, and guard Rich Seubert, who suffered a knee injury in the second half of the NFC Championship game against the Packers, had limited work Wednesday. Coughlin estimated Dockery and Seubert took about half of the snaps.

The players also didn't seem to be slowed by the flu that was running through the team over the past week. Cornerback Aaron Ross, who became sick Monday before the team's departure to Phoenix, practiced Wednesday and showed no ill effects.

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