No Patriots Ruled Out for Sunday’s AFC Title Game in Denver


The Super Bowl hopeful Patriots wrapped up the practice week with no one ruled out of tomorrow’s AFC Title Game against the Denver Broncos for the right to play in Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco in two weeks.

Just one player missed a practice this week, and that was Matthew Slater, who missed Wednesday’s practice with a shin injury.

Chandler Jones (abdomen/toe) and Jamie Collins (back) practiced all week after not finishing last weekend’s game against Kansas City in the AFC Divisional Playoff game.

16 players are questionable for Sunday’s AFC championship game, but all should play if needed. The list includes Jones, Collins, Slater, Julian Edelman (foot), Rob Gronkowski (knee/back), Danny Amendola (knee), Scott Chandler (knee), Nate Ebner (hand), Darius Fleming (back/shin), Jonathan Freeny (hand), Dont’a Hightower (knee), Tre’ Jackson (knee), Rob Ninkovich (shin), Bryan Stork (ankle), Sebastian Vollmer (ankle) and LaAdrian Waddle (shoulder).

Five players as probable, with Tom Brady (ankle), Josh Kline (shoulder), Brandon LaFell (foot), Patrick Chung (foot) and Devin McCourty (ankle) all on the list.

Here’s to hoping that the Patriots are playing in two weeks so we all can enjoy super bowl commercial 2016 while Brady and the Pats are playing in the biggest game on the biggest stage!

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