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Practice/injury report for Nov. 28

Posted by Michael Vega, Globe Staff  November 28, 2009 03:45 PM

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FOXBOROUGH -- The Patriots released their practice/injury report for today and listed 17 players as being questionable for Monday night's game in New Orleans, including rookie left tackle Sebastian Vollmer (head).

Vollmer and running back Fred Taylor (ankle) were not spotted during the stretching period of this morning's practice -- the only portion the media were allowed to observe -- at Dana-Farber Field House.

During his press conference today, Patriots coach Bill Belichick declined to confirm whether or not Vollmer had suffered a concussion during last Sunday's 31-14 victory over the Jets. ``Whatever's on the injury report is what we'll list,'' Belichick said. ``That's what it is.''

Then, with a smile, he added, ``Does that help?''

Belichick was encourgaged by the progress of Taylor, saying, ``He's doing better. I mean, he's getting better every week. It's been a few weeks now and he's making progress. He's headed in the right direction.''

Taylor, however, was listed as out for Monday night's game.

The rest of the Patriots and Saints practice/injury report


RB Fred Taylor (ankle)

WR Sam Aiken (hip)
LB Eric Alexander (groin)
TE Chris Baker (shoulder)
LB Tully Banta-Cain (groin)
NT Ron Brace (ankle)
S Pat Chung (head)
WR Julian Edelman (forearm)
DE Jarvis Green (knee)
T Nick Kaczur (ankle)
C Dan Koppen (knee)
T Matt Light (knee)
RB Sammy Morris (knee)
G Stephen Neal (head)
LB Rob Ninkovich (knee)
T Sebastian Vollmer (head)
DE Ty Warren (ankle)
OLB Pierre Woods (groin)

QB Tom Brady (right shoulder)
CB Shawn Springs (knee)
TE Benjamin Watson (knee)


WR Lance Moore (ankle)
CB Tracy Porter (knee)

RB Reggie Bush (knee)
CB Randall Gay (hamstring)
C Jonathan Goodwin (ankle)
CB Jabari Greer (groin)
DE Bobby McCray (knee/back)
LB Jonathan Vilma (knee)

G Carl Nicks (illness)

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