FOXBOROUGH — The Patriots listed 17 players on the practice report today, with 14 questionable for Sunday’s AFC Championship game and three down as probable. Quarterback Tom Brady, who missed Wednesday’s practice with what the team called a left shoulder injury, practiced Friday and yesterday, and was taken off the injury report.
The three players listed as probable include cornerback Kyle Arrington (foot), center Dan Connolly (groin), and receiver Matthew Slater (shoulder). The 14 Patriots who have been limited in practice all week and are questionable include receivers Deion Branch (knee) and Wes Welker (knee); offensive linemen Marcus Cannon (ankle), Logan Mankins (knee), Nate Solder (concussion), and Sebastian Vollmer (foot/back); defensive backs Patrick Chung (knee) and James Ihedigbo (shoulder); linebackers Dane Fletcher (thumb), Rob Ninkovich (hip), Brandon Spikes (knee), and Tracy White (abdomen); tight end Aaron Hernandez (concussion); and defensive lineman Kyle Love (ankle).
Conversely, the Ravens have had only one player on their practice report all week — safety Ed Reed, who is limited because of an ankle injury. He participated fully today, and is probable for Sunday.