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Patriots vs. Seahawks Friday injury report: Julian Edelman, N’Keal Harry among six questionable for New England

In addition, the Patriots have ruled out linebacker Josh Uche for Week 2.

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Wide receivers Julian Edelman and N’Keal Harry are among six New England Patriots officially listed as questionable to face the Seattle Seahawks.

In addition, the Patriots, who flew after practice on Friday afternoon, have ruled out rookie linebacker Josh Uche due to an ankle ailment.

Here’s the final injury report heading into Sunday’s 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff at CenturyLink Field.

OUT

  • Patriots: LB Josh Uche (ankle)
  • Seahawks: no players listed

Uche, who was inactive for the season opener against the Miami Dolphins, appeared on the New England injury report as a non-participant in practice Thursday. The second-round draft pick out of Michigan returned in a limited capacity on Friday.

No Seahawks player would be downgraded to out entering the weekend.

DOUBTFUL

  • Patriots: no players listed
  • Seahawks: OT Cedric Ogbuehi (pectoral), DE Rasheem Green (neck)

The Patriots, who had placed four players on injured reserve leading up to the first game of the regular season, near the second game without a doubtful status.

But Ogbuehi and Green were sidelined for all three of Seattle’s Week 2 practices. The offensive tackle and defensive end are now designated as doubtful for the Seahawks because of respective pectoral and neck injuries.

QUESTIONABLE

  • Patriots: WR Julian Edelman (knee), WR N’Keal Harry (shoulder), WR Matthew Slater (knee), TE Dalton Keene (neck), DT Adam Butler (shoulder), LB Brandon Copeland (knee)
  • Seahawks: WR Phillip Dorsett (foot)

Edelman and Harry began and ended the week as limited in practice for the Patriots. The starting targets, managing knee and shoulder ailments, respectively, accounted for 10 of quarterback Cam Newton’s 15 completions in New England’s win over Miami. They continued in a partial capacity alongside Keene, Butler, Copeland and now Slater. The All-Pro special teams captain was added to the final report due to a knee injury.

And for Seattle, Dorsett’s availability is 50-50. The former Patriots wide receiver has been limited by a foot injury that held him out of Week 1.