The New England Patriots have listed 16 players as questionable for the AFC Championship Game, the Denver Broncos say their injured players are all probable.
The final injury report for the Denver Broncos-Patriots game listed a total of 33 players.
The Broncos listed 12 players. The Broncos said 11 fully participated in the final practice Friday and only one was limited, Bradley Roby.
"Roby was limited, he had a sore hip," Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak said. "We kind of pulled him out there towards the back half of practice."
The other Broncos on the injury report are Peyton Manning (foot), DeMarcus Ware (knee), T. J. Ward (ankle), Darian Stewart (hamstring), Brock Osweiler (knee), Brandon Marshall (ankle), Chris Harris, Jr. (shoulder), Max Garcia (groin), Todd Davis (shoulder), Owen Daniels (knees) and Josh Bush (shoulder).
Kubiak said Harris had a good week.
"I think Chris is fine," Kubiak said. "Everything I've seen this week in practice tells me Chris is fine to go."
The Patriots listed 21 players on their injury report. 16 of those players were limited in practice Friday and are listed as questionable for the game -- Danny Amendola (knee), Julian Edelman (foot), Rob Gronkowski (knee/back), Dont'a Hightower (knee), Jonathan Freeny (hand), Matt Slater (shin), Scott Chandler (knee), Jamie Collins (back), Nate Ebner (hand), Darius Fleming (back/shin), Tre' Jackson (knee), Chandler Jones (abdomen/toe), Rob Ninkovich (shin), Bryan Stork (ankle), Sebastian Vollmer (ankle) and LaAdrian Waddle (shoulder).
The other players on the injury report fully participated in practice Friday and are listed as probable -- Tom Brady (ankle), Josh Kline (shoulder), Brandon LaFell (foot), Devin McCourty (ankle) and Patrick Chung (foot).