BOSTON (CBS) — Tom Brady may be down one weapon when he and the Patriots take the field on Monday night against the Jets.

Wide receiver Josh Gordon was absent on Thursday when the Patriots hit the practice field outside Gillette Stadium. Dealing with a knee and ankle injury, Gordon was also not present on the practice field on Tuesday, which was the last time the Patriots practiced this week.

Thursday’s absence doesn’t rule out Gordon for Monday night’s trip to New Jersey to face the Jets, but it doesn’t bode well for his availability.

Gordon has caught 20 passes for 287 yards and a touchdown this season. He played just 31 percent of New England’s offensive snaps against the Giants last week, by far his lowest number of the season, as he suffered a knee injury while trying to make a tackle on a fumble return. He did not re-enter the game.

Rookie receiver N’Keal Harry was present for practice, as he works his way back from IR. Harry, though, will not be eligible to play until Week 9, if the Patriots choose to add him to the active roster.

Tight end Matt LaCosse, also dealing with a knee injury, was likewise absent from Thursday’s practice.

The full Thursday injury report for both teams is below.

PATRIOTS

DID NOT PARTICIPATE
WR Josh Gordon, Knee/Ankle
TE Matt LaCosse, Knee

LIMITED PARTICIPATION
RB Rex Burkhead, Foot
S Patrick Chung, Heel/Chest
WR Phillip Dorsett, Hamstring
WR Julian Edelman, Chest

NEW YORK JETS

DID NOT PARTICIPATE
DE Henry Anderson, Shoulder
T Kelvin Beachum, Ankle
RB Trenton Cannon, Foot/Ankle
CB Nate Hariston, Knee
TE Christopher Herndon, Hamstring
LB Neville Hewitt, Neck/Knee
LB C.J. Mosley, Groin
G Kelechi Osemele, Shoulder
CB Darryl Roberts, Ankle

LIMITED PARTICIPATION
LB Blake Cashman, Ankle
C Ryan Kalil, Shoulder
DT Steve McLendon, Hamstring
WR Demaryius Thomas, Hamstring
G Brian Winters, Shoulder/Knee

FULL PARTICIPATION
WR Josh Bellamy, Shoulder
LB Brandon Copeland, Thumb
S Blake Countless, Hamstring
TE Ryan Griffin, Ankle
LB Jordan Jenkins, Ankle
CB Trumaine Johnson, Thigh
DT Quinnen Williams, Ankle

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