The clock starts Wednesday for Will Beatty.
The veteran offensive lineman will practice with the team on Wednesday evening, opening a three-week window for him to be added to the 53-man roster. Beatty has spent the season on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list after tearing his pectoral muscle in a weightlifting accident in the spring.
Tom Coughlin said the team will ease Beatty back into action. He'll be limited to individual drills and eventually work his way into team reps. Beatty told Newsday last week that he expects it to be a process since he has not worked in pads since the end of last season.
As for other injuries, Coughlin said both Odell Beckham Jr. and Rueben Randle came out of Monday's game "sore" with hamstring issues they had been pushing through. He was not certain if they would practice on Wednesday. Coughlin expected Devon Kennard (hamstring) and Robert Ayers (hamstring) to participate in practice, but limited. Jonathan Casillas (neck) and Uani 'Unga (neck) are also expected to practice.