EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Pro Bowl center Shaun O’Hara is finally seeing some progress with his injured left ankle.
After receiving a cortisone shot on Thursday, O’Hara is walking with less discomfort.
Doctors are now treating the 33-year-old for bursitis in the ankle instead of tendinitis.
O’Hara, who missed the last two games, hopes to return to practice on Wednesday when the Giants start preparations for Sunday’s game at Houston.
Giants coach Tom Coughlin says halfback Ahmad Bradshaw, who rushed for 129 yards against the Bears in a 17-3 win, has a sore ankle. He did not say which one.
Fullback Madison Hedgecock strained a hamstring in the game.