Patriots Release Injury Report.. 13 Players Questionable

The New England Patriots are playing against Stephon Gilmore and the Carolina Panthers. It’s another big game for head coach Bill Belichick’s team. The Patriots have released the final report for the week. No one is out and no one is doubtful. However, 13 players were listed as questionable. Some of them have a key role on the field. The good news? J.C. Jackson is good to go this weekend. The team needs his best on the field. Patriots fans are already excited.

P Jake Bailey, right knee (limited)
DT Christian Barmore, foot (limited)
LB Ja’Whaun Bentley, ribs (limited)
DL Carl Davis, hand (limited)
S Cody Davis, hand (limited)
S Kyle Dugger, neck (limited)
K Nick Folk, left knee (limited)
WR N’Keal Harry, knee (limited)
LB Dont’a Hightower, ankle (limited)
G Shaq Mason, abdomen (limited)
TE Jonnu Smith, shoulder (limited)
LB Josh Uche, shoulder (limited)
LB Kyle Van Noy, groin (limited)

Bailey and Harry are new additions to the injury report.

NFL experts aren’t worried about the Patriots injury report

Belichick will have his top cornerback on the field on Sunday. He joined his teammates for practice on Friday and the Patriots didn’t list him as questionable for the game. Jackson missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday. He was full participant in Friday’s session. The Patriots really need him for the game against the Panthers. Jonathan Jones won’t be playing with the team and having Jackson back is definitely a big deal.

Jackson has three interceptions with 10 passes defended so far in the regular season. In the game against the Los Angeles Chargers, he saw 90 percent of the Patriots’ defensive snaps. Jackson had 91 percent of the Patriots defensive snaps in the regular season.

When it comes to the Panthers, they have three questionable players for the game. Quarterback Sam Arnold saw limited action in Friday’s session. He suffered a concussion and a right shoulder injury. The Panthers limited him in all three practice sessions this week. Will he take the field on Sunday? Maybe P.J. Walker will get a chance to show off.