Three weeks out of a knee injury suffered against the Baltimore Ravens in the divisional round, Bryan Stork is officially questionable for Week 22.
The rookie center headlines the New England Patriots’ final injury report of the week and season, after being a limited participant in Friday’s practice leading up to Sunday’s game at University of Phoenix Stadium.
The Patriots also listed defensive tackles Sealver Siliga and Chris Jones, and linebackers Dont’a Hightower and Akeem Ayers as probable, after the four finished out the week as limited participants at the Arizona Cardinals’ practice facility.
Siliga left the AFC Championship Game with a foot injury but managed to return, while Jones was inactive for that matchup after an elbow injury designated him as probable. As for Hightower, it is a shoulder injury that has him on the report. And as for Ayers, it is a knee injury which initially surfaced on Thursday.
Quarterback Tom Brady, who has been battling a head cold in addition to an ankle ailment, rounds out Friday’s injury report with cornerback Darrelle Revis as the team’s fifth and sixth probable players.
Brady was a full participant in the last full session, and Revis was limited for rest.
As for New England’s Super Bowl XLIX opponent, the Seattle Seahawks, running back Marshawn Lynch (back), guard J.R. Sweezy (ankle), offensive tackle Justin Britt (knee), cornerback Richard Sherman (elbow) and free safety Earl Thomas (shoulder) are all probable after being notched as full participants.
Strong safety Kam Chancellor is also probable for Seattle, arriving on the injury report as limited following a knee injury suffered in practice on Friday.