Injury Report: Welker cleared; Wolfe iffy
John Fox (video) announced on Monday that Wes Welker has been cleared to play, three weeks after he suffered his latest concussion.
Players have off today and tomorrow and will resume practice on Thursday, in preparation for their divisional round playoff game.
The team is also expected to have Kayvon Webster back for the postseason; he missed the past two games with a broken thumb.
Unfortunately, it sounds like Rahim Moore and Derek Wolfe may not be available, while Duke Ihenacho is recovering from the concussion he suffered on Sunday at Oakland.
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