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New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins Injury Report Released

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The official injury report for the New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins Monday Night Football game was released this afternoon.  Make the jump to see the full list:

NEW ENGLAND:

Questionable:

DE Mark Anderson (knee/limited practice today)

CB Kyle Arrington (hip/limited practice today)

OL Dan Connolly (foot/limited practice today)

LB Jermaine Cunningham (groin/limited practice today)

LB Dane Fletcher (thumb/limited practice today)

DL Albert Haynesworth (illness/did not practice today)

WR Taylor Price (hamstring/limited practice today)

RB Stevan Ridley (ankle/limited practice today)

LB Jeff Tarpinian (knee/limited practice today)

RB Shane Vereen (hamstring/limited practice today)

OL Sebastian Vollmer (back/did not practice today)

OL Ryan Wendell (calf/limited practice today)

Probable:

CB Leigh Bodden (hand/full practice today)

WR Julian Edelman (hand/full practice today)

 

MIAMI:

Out:

FB/TE Charles Clay (hamstring/did not practice today)

Questionable:

RB Daniel Thomas (hamstring/limited practice today)

I'm surprised to see so many people on the Patriots injury list.  With the history of the Patriots keeping everything close to the chest, that's a lot of people to now say are hurting - especially going in to Week 1.  With Haynesworth listed as questionable, it's possible the Dolphins only have to worry about giant Vince Wilfork instead of both giant players.

The Patroits are decimated right now along their offensive line.  With starters Connolly and Vollmer, and backup Wendell all hurting, against the strength and depth of the Dolphins' front seven, the Patriots are down in probably the worst position they could be.

For the Dolphins, I'm not surprised by either of the two players' statuses.  I hope Thomas can play, as I would like to see him get some touches and some experiences, but the signing of Larry Johnson doesn't make it as probably that Thomas will make it onto thee field.  Clay is out - kind of makes me miss Lousaka Polite.