IRVING -- The Friday injury report for the Cowboys-Giants revealed wide receiver Steve Smith will not play in Sunday's game with a partial tear of his pectoral muscle.
"They say a limited amount of time but not necessarily 'right away' or 'this week' or 'next week,'" Giants coach Tom Coughlin said. "I won't know until he starts rehabbing."
Here's moreon Smith's injury from ESPN's John Clayton.
In his career, Smith has averaged 11.8 yards per catch vs. the Cowboys. And in the last three games he has at least 100 yard receiving yards and two touchdowns.
"He's one of those guys I think a lot of good offenses have," Jason Garrett said."He's a go-to-guy. He's a guy you see them different situations throw the ball too. It's one of those deals where you almost sense everyone knows Eli [Manning] is throwing the ball to him, but somehow, someway, he finds a way to get himself open."
Guard Montrae Holland was also a full participant and is listed as probable.
"I'm back," Holland said, who hasn't played since the first Giants game, Oct. 25. "I will do my part when called upon. We were being careful with it. We didn't want to be out a couple of weeks."
Holland used a hyperbaric chamber five days a week to help with the healing process. Holland said he spent at least an hour in the hyperbaric chamber.
"It's good now, lot's of rehab," he said.
Hatcher said he's hopeful he can return for next week's game vs. Detroit, if not, he should be ready for the New Orleans game on Thanksgiving Day.
Lissemore continues to wear his walking boot, which he said will get removed next week.
Cornerback Terence Newman (ribs) did practice on Friday and is listed as probable.