The New England Patriots practiced for the first time in preparation of Super Bowl XLVI on Thursday, and were without one of their best offensive players.
The New England Patriots had perfect attendance on the field Thursday in their final practice of the week before hosting the Denver Broncos in the playoffs.
Tom Brady and Wes Welker missed their second day of practice on Thursday.
New England Patriots offensive lineman Marcus Cannon has been selected by his teammates as the recipient of the 2011 Ed Block Courage Award.
The Patriots were without some notable players during the media portion of their first practice of this bye week.
Patriots left tackle Matt Light touched on his own injury, as well as guard Logan Mankins’ Tuesday after practice.
The New England Patriots have ruled offensive lineman Sebastian Vollmer out, with linebacker Jermaine Cunningham doubtful for Sunday’s game against the Washington Redskins.
Patriots rookie offensive lineman Marcus Cannon made his NFL debut Monday night, just months after finding out his he was in full remission from non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
Macus Cannon is the perfect example of “quiet strong.”
Rookie Marcus Cannon will be brought onto the Patriots roster, coach Bill Belichick said during his conference call on Tuesday.