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Patriots-Dolphins injury report: Harris among 14 Pats questionable to play

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The New England Patriots are still a banged up football team, and that was quite evident in their final injury report before Sunday's Week 15 game versus the rival Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium.

Fourteen players for the Patriots were listed on Friday's injury report as questionable, including starting running back Damien Harris. The University of Alabama product is battling an ankle issue. 

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Harris was one of three running backs listed as questionable. The others are veteran James White (foot) and rookie J.J. Taylor (quad). New England also has two cornerbacks -- Jonathan Jones (neck) and J.C. Jackson (knee) -- questionable to play. Jackson's seven interceptions are the second-most in the NFL behind Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard's nine. 

The Dolphins have nine players listed as questionable, including former Patriots linebackers Elandon Roberts (chest) and Kyle Van Noy (hip).

The Patriots have won just two of their last seven games in Miami. 

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Here's the Friday injury report for both the Patriots and Dolphins, as released by the teams.

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (6-7)

OUT No players listed

DOUBTFUL No players listed

QUESTIONABLE DL Adam Butler (shoulder) DL Byron Cowart (back) OT Jermaine Eluemunor (ankle) K Nick Folk (back)  DL Lawrence Guy (shoulder)  RB Damien Harris (ankle)  OL Justin Herron (ankle)  CB J.C. Jackson (knee) CB Jonathan Jones (neck)  G Shaq Mason (calf)  WR Donte Moncrief (thigh)  WR Matthew Slater (knee) RB J.J. Taylor (quadricep)  RB James White (foot) 

 

MIAMI DOLPHINS (8-5)

OUT No players listed

DOUBTFUL No players listed

QUESTIONABLE RB Salvon Ahmed (shoulder) LB Jerome Baker (knee)  G Ereck Flowers (ankle)  TE Mike Gesicki (shoulder)  WR Jakeem Grant (hamstring) S Bobby McCain (ankle)  WR DeVante Parker (hamstring) LB Elandon Roberts (chest)  LB Kyle Van Noy (hip)