2008 Super Bowl
Wednesday injury report
The injury reports for
the New England Patriots and the New York Giants on Wednesday
shows Tom Brady good for Super Bowl.
much anticipated Wednesday injury report is out and the biggest
2008 Super Bowl question has been answered - how's Tom Brady
doing? In the New England Patriots Wednesday injury report, Tom
Brady has done a full Wednesday practice and the right ankle
injury has not even been mentioned. Instead, Tom Brady was
listed with "right shoulder injury", the same type of injury
that has landed Brady on the injury report for the last three
years. The only other New England player listed on the Patriots
injury report was wide receiver Jabar Gaffney, who had a limited
practice on Wednesday, due to shoulder injury, as well.
The injury report out of the New York
Giants isn't much longer, either. Giants wide receiver Plaxico
Burress missed Wednesday practice, due to ankle issues and
cornerback Kevin Dockery did a limited Wednesday practice,
recovering from hip flexor injury. Guard Rich Seubert also had a
limited Wednesday practice thanks to a knee problem.
The 2008 Super Bowl odds at the online
Bodog Sports, still show the
Patriots -11.5 points against the spread and the odds on the
Giants to win the Super Bowl are sitting at underdog +325. The
total point expected during the 2008 Super Bowl game were bumped
up to 54 points.