Manningham says he will play; Bradshaw says wrist no problem

Steve Smith and Clint Sintim have been lost for the season. But other Giants are getting healthier.

Wide receiver Mario Manningham said he wasn’t sure how much he will do this week in practice but he vowed to play on Sunday against the Eagles.

Manningham said he suffered his hip flexor on Brandon Jacobs’ 73-yard run.

“I don’t know how my week is going to be but it will be alright,” Manningham said. “I will be alright. Trust me. I’ll be good to go Sunday at 1 o’clock.”

Running back Ahmad Bradshaw said his wrist, which was wrapped toward the end of the game and kept him out of a practice last week, will not be a problem this week.

“It’s fine,” Bradshaw said. “No problem.”

Wide receiver Hakeem Nicks said he emerged from Monday night’s win feeling good and had no complications with his leg.

“I came out of the game good,” Nicks said. “No issues. Just a little sore.”

Tom Coughlin said center Shaun O’Hara (foot) and tackle Shawn Andrews (back) will do work this week in practice. O’Hara could be nearing a return after missing the last six games.