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Shane Vereen and Aqib Talib are both active tonight for the New England Patriots in their Monday Night Football NFL Week 11 clash against the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium.

(Sporting Alert) — Shane Vereen and Aqib Talib are both active tonight for the New England Patriots in their Monday Night Football NFL Week 11 clash against the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium.

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Talib had been doubtful because of a hip problem, but after four weeks on the sides, he returns to action, following a few hard sessions with his teammates.

Running back Vereen is also active after he was listed as probable for the game with a wrist problem. The Patriots are 7-2 on the season and won three of their last four.

The Panthers (6-3), meanwhile, have won its last five games and have scored 30 or more points in four of those five wins.

Here are the following players who have been listed as inactive for tonight’s contest.

Patriots: G Chris Barker, LB Steve Beauharnais, RB Brandon Bolden, DE Jake Bequette, S Steve Gregory, CB Alfonzo Dennard and RB Wshington.

Panthers: RB Kenjon Barner, LB Chase Blackburn, WR Tavarres King, WR Marvin McNutt, TE, Ben Hartsock, G Chris Scott, DE Frank Alexander.

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