FOXBOROUGH — Patriots rookie defensive end Chandler Jones was upgraded to full participation in Friday’s practice session and listed as probable for Sunday night’s AFC Championship Game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Jones, who tweaked his ankle in last Sunday’s 41-28 divisional-round victory over the Texans, was limited in the first two days of practice this week, but took full part in Friday’s frigid practice in sweats and shells at Gillette Stadium.
He was one of five players the team listed as probable in Friday’s injury report. The others included:
CB Marquice Cole (finger)
OL Nick McDonald (shoulder)
DE Trevor Scott (knee)
RB Danny Woodhead (thumb)
The Ravens, meanwhile, ruled out CB Asa Jackson (thigh) for Sunday’s game while they listed 16 players as probable and four others as questionable.
Baltimore’s questionables included:
LB Dannell Ellerbe (ankle/back)
FB Vonta Leach (knee/ankle)
RB Bernard Pierce (knee)
WR David Reed (thigh)