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Patriots vs. Dolphins Thursday injury report: Three remain limited for New England

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Perfect attendance continued for New England on Thursday.

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The New England Patriots’ second injury report of the week brings the same prognosis as the first.

A full active roster was on hand for Thursday’s practice in Foxborough, and three members of it remained limited.

Here’s a rundown as preparations continue for Sunday’s 1 p.m. ET kickoff against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium.

DID NOT PARTICIPATE

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

Miami’s trio of non-participants carried over from Wednesday’s injury report. Wilson and Jones both saw the field last weekend versus the Baltimore Ravens.

As for Trent Harris, whom the Dolphins claimed off waivers from the Patriots as the calendar turned to September, the Miami Hurricanes product was ruled questionable and subsequently inactive for Week 1.

LIMITED PARTICIPATION

  • Patriots: RB Brandon Bolden (hamstring), TE Matt LaCosse (ankle), OT Marcus Cannon (shoulder)
  • Dolphins: OT Julien Davenport (knee), S Bobby McCain (shoulder)

Bolden, LaCosse and Cannon continued to practice in a limited capacity on Thursday. Bolden and Cannon were new arrivals to the injury report this week, while LaCosse dressed but did not play in Sunday night’s 33-3 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

On the Dolphins’ side, Davenport’s limited designation wasn’t on the week’s initial report. And Miami placed Jonathan Ledbetter on injured reserve Thursday after the undrafted defensive end was previously listed as limited with an ankle injury.

FULL PARTICIPATION

  • Patriots: no players listed
  • Dolphins: DE Charles Harris (wrist)

Walt Aikens, the captain of Miami’s special teams, has been removed from the injury report after being tagged as a full participant Wednesday.

But Charles Harris remains tagged. The starting edge-rusher played 60 defensive snaps in the Dolphins’ season opener, recording two tackles.