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New England Patriots
FOXBORO, Mass. – Tom Brady finally popped up on the Patriots’ practice participation and injury report.
The Patriots quarterback was limited with a right shoulder shoulder injury. This is the first time Brady has been listed on the injury report this season.
Danny Amendola (concussion/groin), Brandon Bolden (knee), Marcus Cannon (shoulder), Julian Edelman (thigh), Rob Gronkowski (back/forearm), Michael Hoomanawanui (knee), Matthew Slater (wrist), Aqib Talib (hip) and Tavon Wilson (hamstring) were also limited in practice.
Tommy Kelly (knee) and Leon Washington (ankle) were the only players missing from practice. Kyle Arrington (groin), Devin McCourty (shoulder) and Rob Ninkovich (groin) were full participants in practice.
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