Training camp daily briefing: Thursday, Aug. 8

The Patriots and Eagles have one last day of joint practices on Thursday before meeting on the field for the first preseason game Friday night. Thursday’s practice figures to be a light, walk-through type of session after two days of physical, full-contact practices. The workout was moved up a couple of hours to 10:15 a.m. because of impending rain in the area.

With that, let’s get on with the Patriots Daily Briefing for August 8:

TODAY’S GLOBE COVERAGE

Ben Volin: On Football: Chip Kelly brings unorthodox style to the NFL

Shalise Manza Young: Devin McCourty excited about Patriots’ defense

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Volin: Wes Welker details how bond with Bill Belichick fell apart

Volin: Wednesday’s practice report – Tom Brady and receivers put on a clinic

WHAT’S ON TAP

Today

Philadelphia weather: High of 84, chance of midday thunderstorms 30 percent

10:15-11:30 a.m.: Practice

Post-practice: Player interviews

Friday

7:30 p.m.: Preseason game No. 1 at Philadelphia Eagles

Down the Road…

Saturday: TBD

Sunday: TBD

KEY INJURIES/ROSTER MOVES

Not practicing Wednesday

OL Marcus Cannon

CB Ras-I Dowling

WR Michael Jenkins

OL Dan Connolly

OL Markus Zusevics

DB Nate Ebner

OL Tyronne Green

OL Kevin Haslam

DE Jermaine Cunningham

TE Brandon Ford

(All but Ford were previously banged up before this week and didn’t make the trip to Philadelphia.)

Not cleared to practice yet:

TE Rob Gronkowski (Physically Unable to Perform)

WR Mark Harrison (Physically Unable to Perform)

DE Armond Armstead (Non-Football Illness)

AROUND THE NFL

Jaguars coach Gus Bradley is a star in … Fargo, N.D.?

Bill Belichick is a fan of joint practices. Tom Coughlin is not.

Progress update on Bucs rookie QB Mike Glennon.

Justin Tuck is learning how to play rush linebacker.

Brett Favre knows he choked in the 2010 NFC Championship Game.

Vikings WR Greg Jennings is doing his best Favre impression, ripping the Packers again

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