Hakeem Nicks looked good for a second day in practice before experiencing tightness in his groin.
Nicks watched the last part of practice from the sideline.
"I guess he got a little tightness in the groin and they held him [out]," coach Tom Coughlin said.
Last year, Nicks labored through foot and knee injuries. While this seems minor, it at least serves as a reminder of the risks that come with Nicks. We consider him a top-10 WR talent when healthy, but rank him as a WR2 heading into drafts. Rueben Randle is the Giants WR3 and would be the guy to get increased time. He's one of the rare WR handcuffs who can step in for Nicks if need be but also be startable in a pinch as a flex or WR3.