Aaron DobsonFOXBORO, Mass. — Aaron Dobson and Marcus Cannon will not be suiting up on Sunday as the Patriots take on the Browns.

It’s unknown who Dobson’s replacement will be, too. Kenbrell Thompkins is questionable with a hip injury. Dobson was declared out with a foot injury while Cannon continues to miss time with an injured ankle.

Joining Thompkins on the “questionable” list are: Kyle Arrington (groin), Marquice Cole (shin), Alfonzo Dennard (not injury related/knee), Steve Gregory (finger), Rob Gronkowski (back/forearm/hamstring), Michael Hoomanawanui (knee), Brandon Spikes (knee), Will Svitek (ankle) and Aqib Talib (hip).

Danny Amendola (groin), Brandon Bolden (not injury related), Tom Brady (right shoulder), Matthew Slater (wrist) and Shane Vereen (wrist) are probable against Cleveland. If Bolden’s lack of participation at practice was not related to injury, we’re not quite sure what’s making him only “probable” for Sunday’s game.

Dobson, Cannon, Dennard and Bolden were absent at Friday’s practice. Arrington, Gregory, Gronkowski, Hoomanawanui, Spikes, Svitek, Talib and Thompkins were limited and Amendola, Brady, Slater and Vereen were full participants.

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