BOSTON (CBS) – Wide receiver Danny Amendola and corner Aqib Talib were two of the seven Patriots listed as “questionable” on the team’s injury report on Friday, as New England prepares to host the Miami Dolphins Sunday afternoon.
Amendola told reporters on Friday that he is “feeling good and ready to go” for Sunday’s game after missing last week’s loss to the Jets with a concussion.
Both Amendola and Talib practiced all three days this week in a limited role, giving both players a very good shot at playing against the Dolphins.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady made an appearance on Thursday’s practice participation report after being limited in practice with what the team listed as a “right shoulder” issue, but he was back out there as a full participant on Friday and is one of six players listed as “probable” on the injury report.
Here is the Patriots’ full injury report for Week 8 against the Miami Dolphins:
DL Tommy Kelly (Knee)
RB Leon Washington (Ankle)
WR Danny Amendola (Concussion/Groin)
RB Brandon Bolden (Knee)
OL Marcus Cannon (Shoulder)
WR Julian Edelman (Thigh)
TE Michael Hoomanawanui (Knee)
CB Aqib Talib (Hip)
DB Tavon Wilson (Hamstring)
CB Kyle Arrington (Groin)
QB Tom Brady (Right Shoulder)
TE Rob Gronkowski (Back/Forearm)
CB Devin McCourty (Shoulder)
DL Rob Ninkovich (Groin)
WR Matthew Slater (Wrist)
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