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Patriots vs. Ravens Friday injury report: James White among New England’s questionable

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Kickoff is set for 8:20 p.m. ET Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium.

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The New England Patriots’ third practice of the week brought the same result as the first and the second.

Perfect attendance.

But eight members of New England’s active roster have been ruled questionable for Sunday’s meeting with the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium, including running back James White, who was limited with a toe injury on Friday.

Neither side has designated a player out or doubtful.

Here’s the final injury report leading up to the 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff between the 8-0 Patriots and the 5-2 Ravens.

QUESTIONABLE

  • Patriots: RB James White (toe), RB Rex Burkhead (foot), WR Julian Edelman (chest/shoulder), WR Gunner Olszewski (ankle/hamstring), Matt LaCosse (knee), TE Ryan Izzo (concussion), G Shaq Mason (ankle), S Patrick Chung (heel/chest)
  • Ravens: WR Marquise Brown (ankle/thigh), G Patrick Mekari (back), LB Patrick Onwuasor (ankle), CB Maurice Canady (thigh), CB Jimmy Smith (knee), S Earl Thomas (knee), S Bennett Jackson (ankle)

White’s arrival on New England’s side of the injury report comes after a Sunday against the Cleveland Browns in which the captain caught four passes for a season-high 75 receiving yards. All eight Patriots listed as questionable were limited to close the week. And all but LaCosse, Izzo and Mason were active last week.

For the Ravens, Brown and Jackson did not participate in practice Friday. The former will look to make his return to the passing game after missing the last two games. Drafted No. 25 overall in April, Brown has caught 21 passes for 326 yards and three touchdowns thus far into his rookie sample size. And also expected back for the Ravens is Smith. Baltimore’s starting cornerback has been sidelined due to a knee sprain since the season opener, and was upgraded to full participation.