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Every player on final Super Bowl injury report is probable

during practice at Stanford Stadium on February 4, 2016 in Stanford, California. The Broncos will play the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 on February 7, 2016. Getty Images

Thomas Davis is playing in the Super Bowl with a broken arm.

So you can bet anyone else that’s even close isn’t going to use whatever injury they have as an excuse.

Every player listed on the final injury report for Super Bowl 50 is probable, with three Panthers and 10 Broncos getting the designation that translate to a virtual certainty they’ll play.

For Carolina, Davis, defensive end Jared Allen (foot) and fullback Mike Tolbert (knee) all participated fully in Friday’s practice.

For Denver, all 10 players on their report also participated fully: Quarterback Peyton Manning (foot), tight end Owen Daniels (knees), linebacker Todd Davis (shoulder), cornerback Chris Harris (shoulder), linebacker Brandon Marshall (ankle), guard Evan Mathis (ankle), safety Darian Stewart (knee), guard Louis Vasquez (knee), safety T.J. Ward (ankle) and linebacker DeMarcus Ware (knee, back).

So while both teams lost guys over the course of the season who they might have been able to use Sunday night, there are at least no concerns about the guys who remain on the active roster.

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8 Responses to “Every player on final Super Bowl injury report is probable”
  1. paulieorkid says: Feb 5, 2016 6:36 PM

    That sounds exactly like the New England Patriots’ Injury Report for every game, with one small exception: substitute out the word “Probable” and instead sub in “Questionable.”

    Cheating their way into the history books, and being as proud of their “accomplishments” as San Francisco Giant Fan is of Barry Bonds 73 Home Runs hit when he was about 57 years old.

  2. skawh says: Feb 5, 2016 7:45 PM

    Duh! You’ve got all off season to heal. It’s only one game. If you can stand, time to get out there and try to contribute towards a TEAM WIN!

  3. boyso3 says: Feb 5, 2016 9:22 PM

    Paulieorkid – it’s amazing that idiots like you are commenting about the Patriots after reading an article about the Broncos and Panthers. I’ve heard other people say this all the time but now I’m convinced that the Pats really are in other fans and teams heads. And to continue with your point, can you imagine the firestorm that would follow if Belicheck left just one player off the injury report that received treatment during the week. All you people who are obsessed with the Patriots would be on here crying about him cheating for not including that player. Even when he does the correct thing you little crybabies come out of nowhere and accuse him of cheating. You really need to find a new obsession

  4. zigthepatsfan says: Feb 5, 2016 11:14 PM

    paulieorkid says:
    Feb 5, 2016 6:36 PM
    That sounds exactly like the New England Patriots’ Injury Report for every game, with one small exception: substitute out the word “Probable” and instead sub in “Questionable.”

    Cheating their way into the history books, and being as proud of their “accomplishments” as San Francisco Giant Fan is of Barry Bonds 73 Home Runs hit when he was about 57 years old.

    It’s pretty clear they own you

  5. leatherface2012 says: Feb 6, 2016 7:47 AM

    what if they were all doubtful or out!!!

  6. joker65 says: Feb 6, 2016 8:14 AM

    That sounds exactly like the New England Patriots’ Injury Report for every game, with one small exception: substitute out the word “Probable” and instead sub in “Questionable.”

    Cheating their way into the history books, and being as proud of their “accomplishments” as San Francisco Giant Fan is of Barry Bonds 73 Home Runs hit when he was about 57 years old.

    _____

    And people accuse the Pats fans of making every story about the Patriots.

  7. restoreintegritytonfl says: Feb 6, 2016 11:36 AM

    Weren’t the Patriots going to cheat their way to another asterisk this season as part of their Deflategate “revenge” tour?

    Speaking of Deflategate, when does Brady serve that four game suspension for cheating? Oh, that’s right, after the second circuit court overturns Berman’s bogus ruling in March. One short month away.

    I wonder if Brady will be banned permanently after found cheating with helmet communications?

    Reporter: Is Tom Brady a cheater?
    Brady: Umm, I don’t believe so.

    ****

  8. mmack66 says: Feb 6, 2016 1:59 PM

    restoreintegritytonfl says:
    Feb 6, 2016 11:36 AM

    Speaking of Deflategate, when does Brady serve that four game suspension for cheating? Oh, that’s right, after the second circuit court overturns Berman’s bogus ruling in March. One short month away.
    —————————-

    On the extremely unlikely chance it gets overturned, it goes right back to Berman for another smackdown for Goodellbot.

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