The New England Patriots have released their final injury report leading up to Sunday's game against the New York Giants and have already ruled out four players: offensive tackles Sebastian Vollmer and Marcus Cannon, guard Tre' Jackson and linebacker Jamie Collins will not play (and probably not travel to New York either).
Let's take a look at the rest of today's injury report (via patriots.com)
OT Marcus Cannon (Toe): Out
LB Jamie Collins (Illness): Out
OG Tre' Jackson (Knee): Out
OT Sebastian Vollmer (Concussion): Out
CB Justin Coleman (Hand): Questionable
WR Keshawn Martin (Hamstring): Questionable
OG Shaq Mason (Knee): Questionable
DE Jabaal Sheard (Ankle): Questionable
WR Julian Edelman (Knee): Probable
DB Duron Harmon (Knee): Probable
With three offensive linemen out, New England has only five healthy bodies left to protect Tom Brady. Look for the team to promote one of its four practice squad linemen soon to not leave itself vulnerable in case of emergency. Collins' absence, in the meantime, will likely lead to Jonathan Freeny getting a lot of snaps again.
The players listed as questionable are likely game-time decisions, although some (Shaq Mason) are probably safer bets to play than others (Keshawn Martin). Edelman and Harmon are safe bets to play on Sunday.
The Giants injury report looks as follows:
CB Prince Amukamara (Pectoral): Out
WR Victor Cruz (Calf): Out
TE Larry Donnell (Neck): Out
LB J.T. Thomas III (Ankle): Out
LB Uani Unga (Neck): Out
CB Leon McFadden (Groin): Questionable
OG Justin Pugh (Illness): Probable
OG Geoff Schwartz (Ankle): Probable