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Injury report: Connolly limited; Talib and Amendola still DNP

Posted by Shalise Manza Young, Globe Staff  October 17, 2013 04:26 PM

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FOXBOROUGH -- The Patriots' injury report for Thursday was similar to Wednesday's, with two changes: offensive lineman Dan Connolly (concussion), who did not practice Wednesday, returned on a limited basis, and offensive lineman Marcus Cannon, Connolly's replacement when Connolly left last Sunday's game, was added to the report with a shoulder injury.

Cornerback Aqib Talib (hip), wide receiver Danny Amendola (concussion/groin), defensive tackle Tommy Kelly (knee), and running back Leon Washington (ankle) missed practice for the second consecutive day, making it unlikely they will be available for this Sunday's game against the Jets.

For the Jets, coach Rex Ryan has already said it isn't likely that wide receiver Santonio Holmes (foot/hamstring) will play Sunday; Holmes missed practice Thursday for the second straight day.

The complete injury reports:

For the Patriots
Did not participate
WR Danny Amendola (concussion/groin)
DL Tommy Kelly (knee)
CB Aqib Talib (hip)
RB Leon Washington (ankle)

Limited participation
RB Brandon Bolden (knee)
OL Marcus Cannon (shoulder)
G Dan Connolly (concussion)
WR Julian Edelman (thigh)
TE Rob Gronkowski (back/forearm)
TE Michael Hoomanawanui (knee)
DB Devin McCourty (shoulder)
WR Matthew Slater (wrist)
DB Tavon Wilson (hamstring)

Full participation
CB Kyle Arrington (groin)
DL Rob Ninkovich (groin)

For the Jets
Did not participate
WR Santonio Holmes (foot/hamstring)
WR Greg Salas (knee)

Limited participation
DB Dee Milliner (hamstring)
WR David Nelson (hamstring)
DB Kyle Wilson (concussion)

Full participation
LB Quinton Coples (ankle)
DB Antonio Cromartie (hip/knee)
DL Kenrick Ellis (back)
RB Chris Ivory (hamstring)
DB Jaiquawn Jarrett (knee)
WR Jeremy Kerley (back)
RB Bilal Powell (neck)
DB Darrin Walls (shoulder)

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