FOXBOROUGH — For the second consecutive game, RB Fred Taylor (toe) is not going to be available for the Patriots.
In the injury report released today, Taylor is the only Patriot ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens. Taylor has not practiced all week due to a toe injury and has not played since he came out of the game in the third quarter against the Buffalo Bills on Sept. 26.
S James Sanders, who popped up on the injury report yesterday, was limited at practice today due to his hamstring and is questionable for Sunday’s game.
CB Terrence Wheatley, who has not played this season due to a broken foot, fully participated in practice this week and is probable for Sunday.
For the Baltimore Ravens, LB/DE Paul Kruger (knee) is doubtful; DT Haloti Ngata (knee) and CB Josh Wilson (hamstring) are questionable.
RB Ray Rice (knee), LB Jameel McLain (knee), FB Le’Ron McClain (shoulder, knee), S Ken Hamlin (ankle) and LB Edgar Jones (thigh) are all probable.