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 PHOENIX (AP) -The New England Patriots' final practice before Sunday's big game was, well, super.
``We're ready to roll,'' coach Bill Belichick said Friday. ``We're ready as we're going to be.''
According to the Chicago Tribune's Dan Pompei, the designated pool reporter, the Patriots concluded their preparations for the Super Bowl against the New York Giants with a crisp 1-hour, 20-minute workout in shorts and shells at Sun Devil Stadium.
Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown spoke to the team before practice, at Belichick's request.
The Patriots will not have a walkthrough at University of Phoenix Stadium on Saturday, but will go to the stadium to take a team photo.
Quarterback Tom Brady wasn't limited at all by his sprained right ankle, and was listed as probable (right shoulder) on the team's injury report. Wide receiver Jabar Gaffney fully participated in practice for the first time this week after being limited by a shoulder injury.

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