Cleared from injury report
Waller (hamstring/rest) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game at Arizona, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports.
Things were trending in this direction after Waller made it through Week 1 without aggravating the hamstring and had 'rest' added to his Week 2 injury report. He caught three passes for 36 yards in the first half of a 40-0 loss to the Cowboys last week but then barely played after halftime. Waller did play 89 percent of snaps in the first half, most among New York's skill-position players, with the offense centering on him and RB Saquon Barkley until things got out of hand. A matchup with the lowly Cardinals should provide those two and the rest of the offense with better opportunities to score fantasy points, even if standout left tackle Andrew Thomas (questionable - hamstring) doesn't end up playing.
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Barkley (ankle) has "a chance" to get back on the field for the Giants' Week 4 game Oct. 2 versus the Seahawks, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Hyatt didn't receive any targets against the 49ers in a Week 3 loss Thursday.
Campbell caught all six of his targets for 24 yards in Week 3 during a loss to San Francisco.
Hodgins failed to catch his only target in a Week 3 loss to San Francisco on Thursday.
Robinson (knee) secured four of five targets for 21 yards in the Giants' 30-12 loss to the 49ers on Thursday night.
Waller secured three of six targets for 20 yards in the Giants' 30-12 loss to the 49ers on Thursday night.
Slayton secured three of six targets for 32 yards in the Giants' 30-12 loss to the 49ers on Thursday night.
Jones completed 22 of 32 passes for 137 yards with no touchdowns and one interception and added two rushes for five yards in the Giants' 30-12 loss to the 49ers on Thursday night.
Breida rushed four times for 17 yards and a touchdown and brought in all three targets for one yard in the Giants' 30-12 loss to the 49ers on Thursday night.
Barkley isn't playing Thursday at San Francisco due to a "high-ankle sprain," Taylor Rooks reported on NFL on Prime's broadcast.