Patriots expected to be at 'full strength' vs. Seahawks

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By Ty Anderson,

It's all systems go for the Patriots' top two wide receivers, as the team expects to have both Julian Edelman and N'Keal Harry in action for their Sunday Night Football head-to-head with the Seahawks, according to the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

While the report is hardly surprising, it does come after a week that saw both limited for a full week of practice. For Edelman, the limitations came by way of a knee injury, while a shoulder injury limited Harry. And without a move to full participation at any point, both players were deemed 'questionable' entering Sunday.

The Patriots will hope for similar updates when it comes to a questionable list that also features defensive lineman Adam Butler (shoulder), linebacker Brandon Copeland (knee), tight end Dalton Keene (neck), and special teams ace Matthew Slater (knee).

Rookie linebacker Josh Uche, who was an inactive last week, is the only Patriot officially ruled out. Uche popped up on the injury report this past Thursday with an apparent ankle injury.

The Seahawks, meanwhile, will come into Sunday's game with defensive lineman Rasheem Green (neck) and offensive lineman Cedric Ogbuehi (pectoral) both listed as doubtful.

Ex-Patriots wideout Phillip Dorsett, meanwhile, is considered questionable with a foot injury after missing Friday's practice.

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