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Rob Ninkovich limited in practice with ankle injury

Rob Ninkovich was limited in practice with an ankle injury.


Rob Ninkovich was limited in practice with an ankle injury.

FOXBOROUGH — Defensive end Rob Ninkovich was added to the Patriots’ practice participation report Thursday with an ankle injury. Ninkovich was limited in the outdoor workout, the only change from Wednesday to the team’s report.

Two Patriots players did not participate: Receiver Josh Boyce has been out with an ankle injury, and safety Devin McCourty sustained a concussion in Sunday’s win at Baltimore.

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The complete reports:


Did not participate

WR Josh Boyce (ankle)

S Devin McCourty (concussion)

Limited participation

CB Kyle Arrington (groin)

OL Marcus Cannon (ankle)

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CB Alfonzo Dennard (knee/shoulder)

WR Aaron Dobson (foot)

LB Dane Fletcher (groin)

S Steve Gregory (finger/knee)

DE Rob Ninkovich (ankle)

OL Nate Solder (concussion)

LB Brandon Spikes (knee)

OT Will Svitek (ankle)

WR Kenbrell Thompkins (hip)

RB Shane Vereen (groin)

Full participation

WR Danny Amendola (groin)

QB Tom Brady (right shoulder)

TE Michael Hoomanawanui (knee)

CB Aqib Talib (hip)


Did not participate

WR Stevie Johnson (not injury-related)

S Aaron Williams (ribs)

Limited participation

RB Fred Jackson (ribs)

QB E.J. Manuel (knee)

Full participation

WR Marquise Goodwin (knee)

QB Thad Lewis (left shoulder)

DT Kyle Williams (Achilles’ tendon)

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