Injury updates: Strickland, Battle, Baas

Dec 3, 2007 at 12:54 PM--

According to Mike Nolan, Donals Strickland is probable for Sunday, Arnaz Battle is questionable due to his ankle injury, and David Baas is probably due to his shoulder injury.

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