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Olivier Vernon, Paul Perkins among Giants ruled out of Sunday’s game vs. Seahawks

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Dak Prescott #4 of the Dallas Cowboys is sacked by Olivier Vernon #54 of the New York Giants in the first half of a game at AT&T Stadium on September 10, 2017 in Arlington, Texas. Credit: Getty Images / Tom Pennington

Olivier Vernon practiced on a limited basis on Wednesday after missing the Giants’ previous two games with an ankle injury. But they kept the defensive end inside for treatment on Thursday, and they announced on Friday that he will out for Sunday’s game against Seattle at MetLife Stadium.

Running back Paul Perkins (ribs) and center Weston Richburg (concussion) will each miss their third straight game as well.

Linebacker Jonathan Casillas (neck) was declared out for the second straight game, and linebacker Calvin Munson was declared out after suffering a quad injury during last Sunday night’s win at Denver.

Sterling Shepard was listed as questionable after missing the game against the Broncos due to a sprained ankle. But the receiver practiced on a limited basis the past two days and said on Thursday, “It felt a lot better to run around and get moving.”

The Giants are 1-5 and will have their bye week after facing the 3-2 Seahawks.

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