Amendola, Dobson Remain Limited in Practice

Ian Logue
September 05, 2013 at 05:36pm ET

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Danny Amendola and Aaron Dobson were two names who stood out on the injury report when it came out Wednesday after being listed as "limited", and not much changed on Thursday.

The two players were once again listed the same way on the team's injury report, joining Rob Gronkowski (back/forearm), safeties Duron Harmon (hamstring) and Nate Ebner (ankle), and Brandon Bolden (knee) with that designation.

Patriots offensive lineman Will Svitek (knee) remained the only player who didn't participate.

For Dobson and Amendola most reports seem to believe they'll be out there this weekend, and Amendola even told ESPN Boston he's "sick of talking about his injury" and he's "excited" about getting out there.

According to reports from practice Amendola didn't appear to be ailing in any way, while Dobson did appear to be favoring his left side a bit during the media portion of practice.

It will remain a situation to monitor over the next few days, as Tom Brady and the Patriots offense could certainly use as many players as possible healthy when they face the Bills on Sunday.

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