Patriots Injury Report: Lloyd, Mankins Among 10 Questionable Against Ravens
BOSTON (CBS) – The Patriots will be without tight end Aaron Hernandez for Sunday night’s game against the Baltimore Ravens, but that was a foregone conclusion after he left last week’s loss to Arizona with a bad ankle sprain.
It’s who is “questionable” on the Patriots Friday practice report that is more surprising.
Receiver Brandon Lloyd and offensive lineman Logan Mankins are two of the 10 Patriots listed as “questionable” for Sunday’s game in Baltimore. Both had been limited at practice throughout the week (Lloyd all three days with Mankins just Thursday and Friday), and now are 50-50 to go on Sunday.
Here is the full Patriots Practice Report from Friday:
DL Justin Francis (ankle)
TE Aaron Hernandez (ankle)
OL Dan Connolly (concussion)
DL Brandon Deaderick (ankle)
CB Alfonzo Dennard (hamstring)
TE Daniel Fells (shin)
WR Brandon Lloyd (thigh)
LG Logan Mankins (hip)
OL Nick McDonald (shoulder)
CB Sterling Moore (knee)
RB Shane Vereen (foot)
T Sebastian Vollmer (back)
S Patrick Chung (shoulder)
For the Ravens, tackel Jah Reid has been listed as doubtful, with linebacker Paul Kruger, safety Bernard Pollard and cornerback Ladarius Webb among the six players listed as “probable.”
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