New England Patriots tight end Jacob Hollister was removed from the injury report Friday, signifying he will play Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Hollister, who is expected to take on a larger role in New England’s offense this season, missed last Sunday’s Week 1 win over the Houston Texans with a hamstring injury and was limited in practice Wednesday and Thursday. He was a full participant in Friday’s session.
Safety Nate Ebner (knee) also was removed from the injury report after fully participating Friday.
Four Patriots players were limited during Friday’s practice: running backs Rex Burkhead (concussion) and Sony Michel (knee), offensive tackle Marcus Cannon (calf) and cornerback Keion Crossen (hamstring). All four are listed as questionable for Sunday’s game.
Crossen was a new addition to the injury report. He was a healthy scratch against Houston.
Jaguars starting running back Leonard Fournette also is listed as questionable after missing all three of Jacksonville’s practices this week with a hamstring.
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