Giants’ Jacobs has no structural damage in knee

The Giants held Brandon Jacobs out of practice Wednesday, but the bruising running back is expected to return to practice tomorrow despite a knee injury he suffered in Week 11.

Jacobs, who underwent an MRI exam this week, confirmed today that there was no structural damage and said he has made progress since sustaining the injury Sunday against the Ravens. He said there is no pain, and doesn’t feel restricted.

“Yes, I feel good,” said Jacobs. “The last time I had this injury I couldn’t walk the next day and I was out for three weeks. This year it’s just a nagging thing that’s been there but I don’t think it will hold me out.”

Giants CB Aaron Ross, who also missed practice on Wednesday with a calf injury, said he was sore and held out as a precaution.

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