Tom Brady removed from injury report; 2 Patriots ruled out for Sunday

Scott McLaughlin
December 06, 2019 - 4:37 pm

Tom Brady does not carry an injury designation into the Patriots' game against the Chiefs Sunday, as he was removed from Friday's injury report after being listed as a limited participant in Thursday's practice with toe and right elbow injuries.

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Defensive tackle Byron Cowart (head), who missed last week's game, and center Ted Karras (knee), who was injured in last week's game, have both been ruled out. James Ferentz, who replaced Karras after he went down against the Texans, is expected to start at center.

Six Patriots are listed as questionable, including Jason McCourty, who missed last week's game with a groin injury.

On the Kansas City side, the most notable development is that running back Damien Williams (rib) has been ruled out, leaving veteran LeSean McCoy as the likely lead back with Darwin Thompson and Spencer Ware backing him up. Defensive end Frank Clark (shoulder/illness) is listed as questionable.

Here is the Patriots' full injury report:

DL Byron Cowart, Head
OL Ted Karras, Knee

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LB Ja'Whaun Bentley, Knee
OT Marcus Cannon, Illness
S Patrick Chung, Heel
WR Julian Edelman, Shoulder
CB Jason McCourty, Groin
WR Mohamed Sanu, Ankle