Final Super Bowl Injury Report: Bryan Stork Questionable, Earl Thomas Probable

The New England Patriots have released their final injury report of the season. I know, it’s sad, but the good news is the Super Bowl is less than 48 hours away.

From Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald, here is the official report:

Questionable:

C Bryan Stork (knee)

Probable:

DE Akeem Ayers (knee)

QB Tom Brady (ankle)

LB Dont’a Hightower (shoulder)

DT Chris Jones (elbow)

CB Darrelle Revis (not injury related/rest)

DT Sealver Siliga (foot)

Despite being listed as questionable, Stork should be a go for the game. He practiced all week, and it was reported that he would in fact play as Super Bowl week kicked off. I would be extremely surprised if Stork doesn’t play, which bodes well for New England’s chances on offense.

As for Seattle, Earl Thomas and Richard Sherman are both probable, as is Kam Chancellor, who appeared to hurt his knee in practice today. Everybody should be playing, although it will be interesting to see if Thomas and Sherman are at 100%.

We’re so close, guys. So close.

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