Patriots - Eagles: Final Injury Report

<p>Final Weekly Injury report. Patriots may not be 100 percent, but there are no players on the report heading into the Superbowl. The Eagles added a player to their list, defensive end Jevon Kearse.</p>

PHOTO: Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Jevon Kearse reacts during the NFC divisional playoff game against the Minnesota Vikings in this Jan. 16, 2005 photo in Philadelphia. The Atlanta Falcons take on the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC championship game on Sunday, Jan. 23, 2005, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Miles Kennedy)

By Patriots Insider Staff

New England Patriots

No injuries to report

Players who did not participate in "team" practice:
WED: All players participated
THUR: All players participated
FRI: All players participated

Philadelphia Eagles

QUESTIONABLE: WR Terrell Owens (ankle)
PROBABLE: T Jon Runyan (knee); LB Mark Simoneau (ankle); TE L.J. Smith (back)

Players who did not participate in "team" practice:
WED: All players participated
THUR: All players participated
FRI: Jevon Kearse (illness)

OUT: Definitely will not play.
DOUBTFUL: At least 75 percent chance will not play.
QUESTIONABLE: A 50-50 chance will not play.
PROBABLE: Virtual certainty that player will be available for normal duty.
Player in red: New to the list, or change in status

NOTES: Richard Seymour remains cleared to play. The additional time for Seymour to recover can only help rest his injured knee as he prepares to participate in a significant amount of playing time on Sunday.

All other players participated in practice.


Terrell Owens continues to claim he will be back on the field and ready to start on Superbowl Sunday. Unpublished rumors have it that TO didn't look as good as he did on film Monday. TO may have suffered a setback over the course of the week. He remains on the list as questionable

Jevon Kearse was added to the list on Friday with an unspecified illness. It is unclear if the illness is significant enough to cause Kearse to miss any time, but he was NOT added to the list other than missing a portion of team preactice.




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