Giants’ Randle claims he will be fine after hamstring injury

Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle believes that he can get healthy in time for the team's Week 6 game at Philadelphia on Monday night.
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New York Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle was unable to play on the team's game-winning touchdown drive in Week 5 after injuring his hamstring, but Randle is confident that he will be fine for Week 6.

“It’s fine,” Randle said of his hamstring after the game to reporters. “It’s not bad. Actually I was going to come back into the game until Larry (Donnell) scored that touchdown. Just going to take a couple of days and I will be fine.”

With teammate Odell Beckham Jr. also dealing with what is believed to be a minor hamstring injury, the Giants could really use a fast recovery from Randle.

Slot wide receiver Dwayne Harris, who was responsible for one key dropped pass in Week 5, ended up playing the most snaps of any Giants receiver in Week 5.

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