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November 23, 2007
Friday injury report: And then there was one
The Patriots released their Friday injury/participation report, and only one player was listed: Tom Brady.
Brady, as he has every week for more than four seasons, is listed as probable-right shoulder. He is listed as having limited participation in practice today.
Jarvis Green, who practiced this afternoon for the first time this week, has been removed from the report.
For the Eagles, quarterback Donovan McNabb (ankle, thumb) and safety Quintin Mikell (knee) are listed as doubtful and did not practice; tackle William Thomas (illness) did not practice and is questionable; receivers Jason Avant (groin) and Kevin Curtis (thigh), safety Brian Dawkins (thigh), guard Todd Herremans (knee), corner William James (foot), and linebacker Takeo Spikes (hamstring) all had full participation and are probable.
Curtis and Spikes are new additions to the report.
Posted by Shalise Manza Young at 8:21 PM | Permalink
The Pats have a great team, but the media hype is getting heavy. You must remember all the teams are made up of professional athletes, and on any given day any team could beat another. Remember the Jets and colts in the Super Bowl. The point is after a great season, it is possible to lose in the playoffs. Will the media be kind to them if they lose.
Posted by: David at November 25, 2007 10:21 AM