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Virginia football injury report

The Virginia football team released its weekly injury report Thursday night. It read as follows:

Out -- freshman tight end Jeremy Dollin (hip), redshirt freshman wide receiver Bobby Smith (ankle), sophomore Tim Smith (ankle) and sophomore wide receiver Eric Thornton (leg)

Probable -- junior left tackle Landon Bradley (back), junior wide receiver Kris Burd (ankle), fifth-year senior tailback Raynard Horne (knee), junior free safety Corey Mosley (ankle), sophomore strong safety Brian Oden (leg), sophomore strong-side linebacker LaRoy Reynolds (knee) and senior tight end Joe Torchia (back)

According to the report, those players listed as "probable" most likely will be available for normal duty.

As you can see, neither senior cornerback Ras-I Dowling nor junior strong safety Rodney McLeod was listed on the injury report, which would seem to indicate both will play a good amount of reps Saturday against Florida State. Dowling (hamstring) and McLeod (knee) debuted last weekend against Virginia Military Institute after missing the first two games of the season due to injury.

By Steve Yanda  | September 30, 2010; 7:41 PM ET
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