Just got back from practice where three Giants were on the sideline: Kareem McKenzie, Corey Webster and Ahmad Bradshaw. Each was riding the stationary bike at some point during the workout. But the most interesting therapy was Kareem McKenzie's. The Giants had their large limping left tackle lumbering up four flights of stairs in the fieldhouse. And then he came down. By the way, he was wearing his helmet while climbing and descending the stairs. Safety first!

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As for Webster, he looked to be moving around OK (better than McKenzie at least). We asked Tom Coughlin if Aaron Ross would go back to cornerback to help take the place of Webster during the week and if he's unable to play on Monday. He said he could. With the return of Michael Johnson at safety -- he was practicing today -- it means Ross' services would be best used at cornerback. It also means the return of C.C. Brown to the safety rotation. Dum-de-dum-dum!

(Photo: AP)