New England Patriots Injury Report, Week 14: Brandon Spikes Limited In Thursday's Practice

The New England Patriots are heading into Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins with a fair amount of players being limited in weekday practices.

After being unable to participate altogether at Wednesday's practice, Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes' knee injury had improved to the point where he was able to engage in a limited practice on Thursday. Running back Stevan Ridley was out of both practices for non-injury issues and tackle Sebastian Vollmer also missed both days with back and foot issues.

Here is the full laundry list of Patriots injury statuses from Thursday's practice report:

Did Not Participate in Practice

RB Stevan Ridley - Not Injury Related
T Sebastian Vollmer - Back/Foot

Limited Participation in Practice

CB Kyle Arrington - Foot
S Patrick Chung - Foot
G Dan Connolly - Groin
WR Julian Edelman - Back
LB Dane Fletcher - Thumb
S James Ihedigbo - Shoulder
CB Devin McCourty - Shoulder
WR Matthew Slater - Shoulder
LB Brandon Spikes - Knee
RB Shane Vereen - Hamstring
WR Wes Welker - Knee
CB Ryan Wendell - Calf
RB Danny Woodhead - Abdomen

To keep up to date with news and information regarding the New England Patriots, please visit Pats Pulpit. For news and information regarding the Washington Redskins, head over to Hogs Haven.

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