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“Yeah, it was emergency surgery last night,” Ballard said, smiling. “If I was missing a leg, that’s probably what it would take to keep me off the field.”
“It just kind of gave out on me, but it should be all right, though,” he said. “I’ve got no reason to be concerned about it. It’s an important game. I’ll put it out of my mind and not even think about it.”
Nicks said he’ll “and wrap it up real good” and be ready to go.
Defensive ends Justin Tuck (shoulder) and Osi Umenyiora (ankle/knee), cornerback Corey Webster (hamstring) and linebacker Mark Herzlich (ankle) were all limited, but listed as probable for the game.
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