November 14, 2006 New York Giants Injury Report: General Manager Ernie Accorsi told The New York Post yesterday that LT Luke Petitgout will not be placed on Injured Reserve. Petitgout might be able to return to the playing field in 4-8 weeks, depending on how fast his fractured left fibula heals. “I’ve heard everything,” Accorsi said. “Four weeks I think is a little bold. Players have had these injuries and come back. You want to at least give it a chance to happen. He’s been a good healer. It depends on how fast it mends. There’s a chance, yeah.”

New York Giants Work Out Receivers: The Star-Ledger is reporting that unrestricted free agent WR Peter Warrick worked out for the Giants on Monday, but Warrick’s agent told the paper that no deal was imminent. The Journal News says Warrick worked out Tuesday with the Giants.

WFAN is reporting that the Giants also worked out unrestricted free agent WR David Boston.

Notes: When the Bears outscored the Giants in the second half 28-7, it was the first time this season the opposing team scored more points than the Giants after halftime.