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Injuries - some details official and otherwise

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  • Randy Z Pierce
    ... listed when the Patriots released their initial injury report of the week. Givens, who was present in the locker room Wednesday but did not speak to
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 4, 2004
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      Thanks to Rich and Steve for finding these:
       
      > Out: Poole, Law
      > Doubtful:
      Branch
      > Questionable: Ashworth, Brown, Dillon, Givens, Izzo, Pass
      >
      Probable: Brady, Miller
      >
      > --
      > Rich Carreiro
       
      and Steve's:
       
      > Wide receiver David Givens and linebacker Larry Izzo were among those
      listed when the Patriots released their initial injury report of the week.
      Givens, who was present in the locker room Wednesday but did not speak to
      reporters, missed a portion of team practice and is listed as "questionable"
      with a knee injury. The third-year player tied a career-best with eight
      receptions last week for 101 yards and two touchdowns, and leads the
      Patriots in receptions (32) and receiving yards (544) through seven games.
      Izzo, who has a team-high 12 special teams tackles, is also listed as
      "questionable."
      > The Patriots list
      cornerbacks Ty Law (foot) and Tyrone Poole (knee) as
      "out" this week. [news]
      > The rest of the injury report remains unchanged from last week.
      Ashworth
      (back), wide receiver Troy Brown (shoulder), and running backs Corey Dillon
      (thigh) and Patrick Pass (thigh) are listed as "questionable." Ashworth,
      Dillon and Pass all missed Sunday's game against Pittsburgh.
      > Wide receiver Deion Branch (knee) has been "doubtful" on the
      injury report
      since a Week 2 knee injury against Arizona. Quarterbacks Tom Brady
      (shoulder) and Jim Miller (shoulder) remain probable
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