Practice Report: Fourteen Players Questionable

Practice Report: Fourteen Players Questionable

Derek Havens
January 20, 2012 at 04:35pm ET

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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who missed Wednesday's practice and was limited Thursday with a left shoulder injury, was removed from the injury report Friday afternoon.

The Patriots had 14 players who were limited and all are officially "questionable" for Sunday's game. The three players listed as full participation are all "probable" for the contest.

Tom Brady, who was limited with a left shoulder injury this week, was removed from the injury report Friday afternoon. (FILE:Icon/SMI)

Here is the full report -

Did not practice


Limited participation

WR Deion Branch - knee

OT Marcus Cannon - ankle

S Patrick Chung - knee

LB Dane Fletcher - thumb

TE Aaron Hernandez - concussion

S James Ihedigbo - shoulder

DL Kyle Love - ankle

G Logan Mankins - knee

LB Rob Ninkovich - hip

OT Nate Solder - concussion

LB Brandon Spikes - knee

OT Sebastian Vollmer - back & foot

WR Wes Welker - knee

LB Tracy Waters - abdomen

Full participation

CB Kyle Arrington - foot

C Dan Connolly - groin

WR Matthew Slater - shoulder


Good news for Matthew Slater, Kyle Arrington and center Dan Connolly, however, as they were all listed as full participants after being limited in practice last week. All will play a role for this team in every phase of the game.

One of the more exciting aspects of last week's game was how fresh, healthy and energized the Patriots looked. Hopefully, the team is just being cautionary and the same aspect is visible this Sunday.

On a side note, Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed - dealing with a left ankle injury - was the only player on the Ravens injury report.

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