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Patriots vs. Dolphins Wednesday injury report: Marcus Cannon practices in limited capacity

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New England will travel to Miami Gardens for a 1 p.m. ET kickoff Sunday.

Pittsburgh Steelers v New England Patriots Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

The New England Patriots returned to the practice fields Wednesday with perfect attendance.

Including, in a No. 1 jersey, wide receiver Antonio Brown.

But New England’s initial injury report of the week includes three names. And here’s a glance down the list as Sunday’s 1 p.m. ET kickoff against the Miami Dolphins edges closer.

DID NOT PARTICIPATE

  • Patriots: no players listed
  • Dolphins: WR Albert Wilson (hip/calf), LB Trent Harris (foot), S Reshad Jones (ankle)

Claimed off waivers from New England at the 53-man roster deadline, Trent Harris was among Miami’s inactives last weekend after being ruled questionable.

Both Wilson and Jones played in the Dolphins’ opener. The wideout caught two passes for 13 yards while the safety started and recorded five tackles.

LIMITED PARTICIPATION

  • Patriots: RB Brandon Bolden (hamstring), TE Matt LaCosse (ankle), OT Marcus Cannon (shoulder)
  • Dolphins: DE Jonathan Ledbetter (ankle), S Bobby McCain (shoulder)

Cannon left New England’s encounter with the Pittsburgh Steelers late in the fourth quarter due to a shoulder injury. But the starting right tackle, who was officially announced as questionable to return Sunday, did in a limited capacity Wednesday.

Bolden is a new addition to the Patriots’ side of the injury report. LaCosse, on the other hand, missed the team’s final three preseason games and was active yet sidelined for Week 1.

FULL PARTICIPATION

  • Patriots: no players listed
  • Dolphins: DE Charles Harris (wrist), S Walt Aikens (shoulder)

Both Charles Harris and Aikens were upgraded to full participants for the Dolphins.

The defensive end started last weekend’s 59-10 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. As for Aikens, the corner and captain of Miami’s special teams registered six tackles over 18 snaps on defense and 30 in the kicking game.