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FOXBORO, Mass. — It appeared obvious at the time, but now we can put an official title on Danny Amendola‘s injury. The receiver has a concussion.
Amendola, Dan Connolly (concussion), Tommy Kelly (knee), Aqib Talib (hip) and Leon Washington (ankle) all missed practice. Brandon Bolden (knee), Julian Edelman (thigh), Rob Gronkowski (back/forearm), Michael Hoomanawanui (knee), Devin McCourty (shoulder), Matthew Slater (wrist) and Tavon Wilson (hamstring) were al limited in practice.
Kyle Arrington (groin) and Rob Ninkovich (groin) are still listed on the injury report, but they were full participants.
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