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Injury Report - 11 probable (incl. Brady), Bruschi questionable

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  1. pats1

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    Per Playbook on Patriots Radio

    Probable--

    RB Corey Dillon
    RB Heath Evans
    TE Christian Fauria
    TE Daniel Graham
    DE Jarvis Green
    S/CB Artrell Hawkins
    WR Bethel Johnson

    OT Nick Kaczur
    RB Patrick Pass
    CB Asante Samuel

    Questionable--

    LB Tedy Bruschi - Calf


    Dolphins

    RB Ronnie Brown - Questionable - ankle
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    http://www.boston.com/sports/football/patriots/reiss_pieces/

    December 28, 2005
    Posted By: mreiss | Time: 04:03:55 PM

    Tedy Bruschi is questionable with a calf injury on the Patriots' injury report. Any player with a questionable designation has a 50-50 chance of playing.

    The full report:
    Linebacker Tedy Bruschi (calf) -- questionable
    Running back Corey Dillon (calf) -- probable
    Running back/fullback Heath Evans (shoulder) -- probable
    Tight end Christian Fauria (foot) -- probable
    Tight end Daniel Graham (shoulder) -- probable
    Defensive end Jarvis Green (shoulder) -- probable
    Cornerback/safety Artrell Hawkins (thigh) -- probable
    Receiver Bethel Johnson (knee) -- probable
    Offensive tackle Nick Kaczur (shoulder) -- probable
    Running back Patrick Pass (hamstring) -- probable
    Cornerback Asante Samuel (head) -- probable

    Last week, only quarterback Tom Brady (right shoulder) was on the injury report. Brady is no longer listed on the report.

    Bruschi, Johnson and Samuel all sustained injuries in Monday night's game. This is the first week this season that a player other than Brady has been listed as probable on the injury report. The Patriots most often use a questionable designation. Probable, as defined on the injury report released by the Patriots, means a "virtual certainty that player will be available for normal duty."

    For Miami, running back Ronnie Brown is the only player on the injury report. He's questionable with an ankle injury.

    --Mike
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    Brady's not on the report anymore? That's a first!
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    That is amazing that Brady is no longer listed. That breaks a long streak does it not?

    With all the other players that showed up on the injury report after it being next to nothing last week, could that be an indication that starters will be resting this week? Could we see this injury report grow each day? or are we convinced that the Pats are still playing to win with starters going as long as needed?
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    I guess that means he won't play then :D
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    Play?!?!? He won't even make the trip to Foxboro. LMAO!!!

    I love how Belichick tweaks the league with this thing. :D
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    http://www.boston.com/sports/football/patriots/reiss_pieces/

    December 28, 2005
    Brady added
    Posted By: mreiss | Time: 05:08:06 PM

    The Patriots sent out a revised injury report that included quarterback Tom Brady as probable (right shoulder).

    The rest of the injury report (see below) remains the same.

    We'll plan on filing one more update later tonight.

    --Mike
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    :rofl: too damn funny. Thank god though, I was starting to wonder about the other signs of the apocalypse.
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    Hmmm... being out because of probable head can't be all bad...
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    Anyone think BB got in trouble last week over no one being on the injury report and 10 the prior week? It just seems funny that most of the same players are back on as probable now one week after the injury report being just Brady..

    Chris
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    Get your mind out of the gutter. . . . either that, or tell us where it is so we can join you. :rofl:
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    Considering that 6 of the 7 inactives were obviously non-injury related, I'd say no. BB insisted today Graham's deactivation was non-medical related, simply because he wasn't on the injury report. BB fielded apparently "what our coaching staff felt was the best men for the job."

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