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Friday injury report: Dobson, Cannon ruled out

Posted by Mike Whitmer, Globe Staff  December 6, 2013 03:55 PM

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FOXBOROUGH -- Ten Patriots have been designated as questionable for Sunday's game against the Browns -- including five players in the defensive secondary -- and wide receiver Aaron Dobson and offensive lineman Marcus Cannon have been declared out.

Cornerback Alfonzo Dennard, who has missed practice each of the past two days while tending to legal matters in Nebraska, is listed as questionable with a knee injury. The other four members of the defensive backfield who are questionable: safety Steve Gregory, and cornerbacks Kyle Arrington, Marquice Cole, and Aqib Talib. Linebacker Brandon Spikes (knee) is also listed as questionable.

Running back Brandon Bolden, whose absence from Friday's practice was not related to an injury, is listed as probable.

For Cleveland, quarterback Jason Campbell, who missed Wednesday's practice while dealing with a concussion, is probable.

For the Patriots

Out:
OL Marcus Cannon (ankle)
WR Aaron Dobson (foot)

Questionable:
CB Kyle Arrington (groin)
CB Marquice Cole (shin)
CB Alfonzo Dennard (not injury-related)
S Steve Gregory (finger)
TE Rob Gronkowski (back/forearm/hamstring)
TE Michael Hoomanawanui (knee)
LB Brandon Spikes (knee)
OT Will Svitek (knee)
CB Aqib Talib (hip)
WR Kenbrell Thompkins (hip)

Probable:
WR Danny Amendola (groin)
RB Brandon Bolden (not injury-related)
QB Tom Brady (right shoulder)
WR Matthew Slater (wrist)
RB Shane Vereen (wrist)

For the Browns:

Out:
QB Brandon Weeden (concussion/knee)

Questionable:
LB Tank Carder (shoulder)
TE MarQueis Gray (hamstring)
LB Craig Robertson (knee)

Probable:
QB Jason Campbell (concussion)
LB Paul Kruger (finger)
P Spencer Lanning (left knee)
RB Willis McGahee (knee)
T Mitchell Schwartz (toe)

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