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Patriots vs. Dolphins Friday injury report: Marcus Cannon among three questionable for New England

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New England and Miami will reconvene at 1 p.m. ET Sunday.

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The New England Patriots’ final practice of the week arrived Friday.

The final injury report followed as bags were packed for Hard Rock Stadium.

Three Patriots have been ruled questionable for Sunday’s 1 p.m. ET kickoff against the Miami Dolphins, while two players on the other side of the AFC East have been ruled out.

OUT

  • Patriots: no players listed
  • Dolphins: WR Albert Wilson (hip/calf), S Reshad Jones (ankle)

Wilson and Jones were non-participants in practice this week for Miami. Both played in Week 1.

Dolphins right tackle Julien Davenport, who started the opener after coming over via trade from the Houston Texans, was limited with a knee injury Thursday and has since been placed on injured reserve. Rookie defensive end Jonathan Ledbetter had been placed on Miami’s IR the day prior due to an ankle injury.

QUESTIONABLE

  • Patriots: RB Brandon Bolden (hamstring), TE Matt LaCosse (ankle), OT Marcus Cannon (shoulder)
  • Dolphins: C Daniel Kilgore (shoulder), DE Charles Harris (wrist), LB Trent Harris (foot), S Bobby McCain (shoulder)

Bolden, LaCosse and Cannon all garnered the limited practice designation for New England this week. And Cannon, whose shoulder injury saw him exit late in the fourth quarter last Sunday night, is now officially 50-50 for this Sunday in Miami Gardens. The Patriots signed his former Texas Christian teammate, Marshall Newhouse, to bolster the depth at offensive tackle.

As for Miami’s side, four Dolphins are listed as questionable. Kilgore’s shoulder ailment was a new addition on the injury report Friday. The center was a full participant in practice. And the same would hold true for starting defensive end Charles Harris. Both Trent Harris and McCain practiced in a partial capacity.