Seahawks safety Earl Thomas is among those questionable. (NFL Game Rewind)

Seahawks safety Earl Thomas is among those questionable. (NFL Game Rewind)

The New England Patriots held a walkthrough on Friday as the team stands just one week away from the Super Bowl.

Six of whom currently stand as questionable to play in it.

In the final injury report of the week, New England lists wideout Brandon LaFell, center Bryan Stork, defensive linemen Sealver Siliga and Chris Jones, linebacker Dont’a Hightower and cornerback Brandon Browner as questionable for Feb. 1 versus the Seattle Seahawks.

Five of those six have been listed as limited participants throughout the week’s three practice reports.

LaFell has been able to play through toe and shoulder ailments for both playoff games. And Hightower and Browner have also been able to do so despite shoulder and knee injuries.

Siliga left the AFC Championship Game against the Indianapolis Colts with a foot injury before returning, and Chris Jones, meanwhile, did not suit up due to an elbow injury that left him probable for it. Stork was also inactive for New England’s 45-7 win after suffering a knee injury the week prior, but the rookie did return to practice on Thursday.

New England’s injury report is rounded out by Tom Brady, who is probable with an ankle injury.

As for Seattle’s injury report, safety Earl Thomas is listed as questionable after the four-time NFL All-Pro returned to practice in a limited capacity on Friday.

Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch (not injury related), guard J.R. Sweezy (ankle), offensive tackle Justin Britt (knee), defensive end Michael Bennett (not injury related), cornerback Richard Sherman (elbow) and long snapper Clint Gresham (neck) are all probable.