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Ex-Redskins receiver Devin Thomas, now with the Giants, injured his neck on the final play of the first half. After a collision on kick coverage as time expired, Thomas lay on the turf for more than 10 minutes while a crowd of personnel attended. A marching band scheduled to perform at halftime exited the field without playing a note before Thomas was carted off strapped to a backboard.

Thomas, who did not return to the game, was moving his arms and legs and being evaluated, the Giants said. After the game, Thomas tweeted that he suffered a stinger.

A second-round pick by the Redskins in 2008, Thomas caught one pass for 12 yards this season.

Extra points

• Cornerback Josh Wilson was unavailable to speak postgame because of “head symptoms,” the Redskins said. Wilson was injured in the fourth quarter but returned to the game.

• Rookie Willie Smith started at left tackle and played opposite defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, who had 16 tackles and a sack. “It’s a great learning curve for me that I got to go out there and go against somebody like that and definitely a confidence booster, but I still have a lot of work to do,” Smith said.