Sep 8, 2013; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills inside linebacker Kiko Alonso (50) pursues New England Patriots running back Shane Vereen (34) during the fourth quarter at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Patriots beat the Bills 23-21. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

New York Jets vs. New England Patriots: Monday Injury Report

With the quick return to work thanks to Thursday Night Football, we have the first injury report of the week. First for the New England Patriots:

DID NOT PARTICIPATE

RB Vereen, Shane Wrist

LIMITED PARTICIPATION

WR Amendola, Danny Groin
RB Bolden, Brandon Knee
WR Dobson, Aaron Hamstring
DB Ebner, Nate Ankle
TE Gronkowski, Rob Back/Forearm
DB Harmon, Duron Hamstring
TE Sudfeld, Zach Hamstring
OL Svitek, Will Knee
RB Washington, Leon Thigh

Shane Vereen will not play on Thursday night, which will be huge. He has been great against the Jets in the past. There is still the possibility that Rob Gronkowski plays, we can all live and hope that he does not.

Now for the New York Jets:

DID NOT PARTICIPATE

DL Quinton Coples Ankle
WR Jeremy Kerley Concussion
QB Mark Sanchez Rt Shoulder
TE Kellen Winslow Knee

LIMITED PARTICIPATION

DB Antonio Cromartie Hip
TE Jeff Cumberland Chin
WR Clyde Gates Knee
DL Kenrick Ellis Back
WR Santonio Holmes Foot
OL Nick Mangold Elbow
DL Sheldon Richardson Shoulder

FULL PARTICIPATION

DB

Antonio Cromartie

Hip

TE

Jeff Cumberland

Chin

WR

Clyde Gates

Knee

DL

Kenrick Ellis

Back

WR

Santonio Holmes

Foot

OL

Nick Mangold

Elbow

DL

Sheldon Richardson

Shoulder

Kerley if you remember, did return to yesterday’s game. According to the team, he passed his concussion tests to allow him to return, but he didn’t pass today, so he was held out of practice. His status for Thursday is uncertain. We learned today that Mark Sanchez officially will be receiving second opinions on his shoulder, although he wouldn’t confirm if it was Dr. Andrews or not.

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