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Patriots Training Camp: Day 4 of Practice, Schedule

The Patriots will hold their second padded practice of training camp Sunday. AP photo

The Patriots will have their second padded practice Sunday morning and director of player personnel Nick Caserio will address the media.

Late Saturday evening, the team also announced that the Patriots would not have practice on Monday.

Here's the rundown of Sunday's schedule, the attendance, and what you may have missed in our coverage. (If you intend on going to Patriots training camp, use our fan's guide as a resource.)


9 a.m. - 9:10 a.m. - Nick Caserio addresses the media
9:15 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. - Practice behind Gillette Stadium
11:15 a.m. - Select players will address the media; players will sign autographs


Ten players did not participate in the Patriots first padded practice on Saturday, including defensive back Daxton Swanson who was among several players not spotted on the practice fields. Swanson's status, along with DB Jemea Thomas and WR Greg Orton, is unknown. Orton had been carted off the field on Friday but has not been added to any injury lists despite his absence. And defensive tackle Tommy Kelly, who had limited participation in Saturday's practice, has not been removed from the team's physically unable to perform list. The Patriots have made no announcements in regards to their status.

Here are all of the players, some of whom are on the mend, that have not participated in practice. I've also broken out those that are limited participants, which now includes more than tight end Rob Gronkowski.

Limited participants

- TE Rob Gronkowski (knee)
- DT Tommy Kelly (knee)*

Status unknown

- DB Daxton Swanson
- DB Jemea Thomas
- WR Greg Orton

PUP list

- CB Alfonzo Dennard (shoulder)
- WR Aaron Dobson (foot)
- WR Jeremy Gallon (unknown)
- DT Tommy Kelly (knee)*
- WR Matthew Slater (unknown)

Non-football injury list

- DL Dominique Easley (knee)
- OL Chris Martin (unknown)
- LB Deontae Skinner (unknown)


- A report says WR Greg Orton suffered an Achilles injury

- In watching the wide receiver competition, my eyes start to drift to the defensive backs

- Notes: Trench battle ensues in first padded practice

- Asa Watson and Justin Jones capitalizing on opportunity to learn from veteran tight ends

- Being undrafted is not always unkind: Promising RB Roy Finch battling for a job

- Oh, and pictures from camp

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