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Welker, 8 Others Questionable For Giants

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Patriots receiver Wes Welker tries to shake of Jets corner Darrelle Revis. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

Patriots receiver Wes Welker tries to shake of Jets corner Darrelle Revis. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

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FOXBORO (CBS) – Wes Welker practiced for the second straight day on Friday, and is listed as questionable for the Patriots Sunday showdown with the New York Giants.

Welker missed practice on Wednesday with a neck injury, but the receiver looks good to go on Sunday.

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Safety Josh Barrett (thumb), defensive end Shaun Ellis (rib), defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth (back), running backs Kevin Faulk (knee) and BenJarvis Green-Ellis (toe), tight end Aaron Hernandez (knee), offensive lineman Sebastian Vollmer (back) are all listed as questionable after being limited in practice on Friday.

Linebacker Dane Fletcher is the only Patriots ruled out for Sunday’s game.

Offensive lineman Donald Thomas did not practice on Friday but is probable. His absense was not injury related.

On the Giants side of things, running Ahmad Bradshaw (foot) and receiver Hakeem Nicks (hamstring) were both listed as doubtful. Corner Prince Amukamara (foot), fullback Henry Hynoski (neck) and defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (concussion) are all listed as questionable.

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