Sammy Morris Feels ‘Good,’ May Play Sunday Against Jets

by NESN Staff

November 20, 2009

After last week's devastating loss to the Colts, the Patriots may in store for uplifting news this weekend. Tom Brady's offense could be getting some more ground help as running back Sammy Morris was seen practicing with the team on Friday and has a chance of suiting up and getting some carries in Sunday's division tilt with the Jets at Gillette Stadium.

Morris was injured in the Pats' 59-0 win over the Titans in the snow but may join Laurence Maroney, Kevin Faulk and BenJarvus Green-Ellis in New England's backfield as soon as this weekend.

?We?ll see Sunday, kind of just taking it day by day,? Morris told ESPNBoston.com. ?We?re just trying to make the best decision. As a running back, when something happens to your knees or ankles, you?re a little more cautious or scared about the extent of the injury."

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