The Patriots have an injury report out already -- for their mascot.
Pat Patriot is reportedly still feeling the effects from when Jets safety Jamal Adams tackled the mascot last week at the Pro Bowl.
The mascot is still feeling jaw, neck and back soreness from the hit and was evaluated for a concussion but is still planning on being in Atlanta for the Super Bowl, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Adams said his intent was "all in good fun" and insisted he did not hit the mascot all that hard.
"He was running around and everybody was booing him, so I said, 'You know what? Let me go tackle him," Adams said, per ESPN's Michael DiRocco. "I didn't hit him that hard, man. All jokes aside, I didn't hit him that hard. I don't know what's really going, but they did tell me he's in the hospital. My intention was never to hurt him."
A Patriots spokesperson said that Pat Patriot was not taken to the hospital but was evaluated by an on-site medic after a "painful" attack.
Adams capped his Pro Bowl week by being named the game's Defensive MVP, but Pat Patriot appears as if he will be questionable for the Super Bowl.