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Minicamp roll call - Day 2

Posted by Greg A. Bedard  June 13, 2012 04:33 PM

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FOXBOROUGH -- Just a few changes from what we saw on Tuesday as far as attendance.

DE Jermaine Cunningham, not seen on the first day, was walking across the field with the rehab group, so he's obviously working through some sort of injury.

RB Brandon Bolden watched with an undisclosed injury.

DT Jonathan Fanene wasn't seen after suffering a minor knee injury on Tuesday.

There were a couple of injuries during practice. CB Alfonzo Dennard had his left leg examined and didn't return from practice. DT Vince Wilfork walked off the field on his own. WR Wes Welker and CB Sterling Moore had minor injuries but shrugged them off and kept going.

The total roll call:

Not present: RG Brian Waters (excused/personal), TE Daniel Fells, TE Jake Ballard, DT Jonathan Fanene.

Rehabbing: TE Rob Gronkowski (ankle), RT Sebastian Vollmer (back), DE Jermaine Cunningham (undisclosed), LG Logan Mankins (knee), LB Brandon Spikes (knee), LB Tracy White (hernia), WR Matthew Slater (leg).

Watching: OL Mark Zusevics, RB Brandon Bolden.

Injured: CB Alfonzo Dennard had his left leg examined and didn't return from practice. DT Vince Wilfork walked off the field on his own. WR Wes Welker and CB Sterling Moore had minor injuries but shrugged them off and kept going.

The entire defense had to run a penalty lap.

Bill Belichick pals Tony LaRussa (retired Cardinals manager) and Tom Thibodeau (Bulls coach) were on hand for practice.

NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith was in attendance as part of a "pop in" visit to make sure teams are complying with the non-contact rules. He's been making the rounds.


Observations to come.

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