Linebacker LaVar Arrington (knee) said he was surprised to learn that he was out for Sunday's game, saying he felt better than he did before the Giants' game. He left out hope he might play, but don't believe it. Arrington didn't practice Thursday and is still listed as out. Also out are end Phillip Daniels (groin) and linebacker Mike Barrow (knee).
Safety Andre Lott did not practice today and is questionable with a hamstring injury. Corner Shawn Springs (ankle) did not practice, but remains probable. Tackle Ray Brown (hamstring) and end Ron Warner (ankle) also did not practice and also are listed as probable. Returner Chad Morton (knee) did practice and is probable.
Receiver Laveranues Coles was given a day of rest by the coaches, though he left with his right hand heavily taped (it's the hand that has the dislocated finger). Coles is not on the injury report.
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