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Floyd, Rhodes Both Questionable For Sunday

DT Sharrif Floyd (shoulder) and CB Xavier Rhodes (groin), who were both injured in the second half of last Sunday's win over the Rams, are both listed as questionable for this Sunday's game vs. the Patriots. 

"I think there's a good chance," said Head Coach Mike Zimmer in regards to Rhodes' chances of playing. 

As for Floyd, Zimmer said "he's feeling much better" and that it was a good sign that he practiced on Friday though in a limited fashion.

WR Rodney Smith is also questionable with a hamstring injury. LB Brandon Watts (knee) is out.

All other players are probable: T Mike Harris (shoulder), G Charlie Johnson (ankle), FB Zach Line (ankle), LB Michael Mauti (foot), CB Jabari Price (hamstring), and RB Adrian Peterson, who missed practice on Thursday due to a non-injury related matter.

As for the Patriots, everyone but LB Jamie Collins (thigh) was limited in practice on Friday. Collines didn't practice and is questionable for the game, as are DE Michael Buchanan (ankle), DT Chris Jones (ankle), DT Sealver Siliga (hand), and C Ryan Wendell (knee). 

TE Rob Gronkowski (knee) is probable.

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