|Nov 26 2015 - Danny Amendola|
WR Danny Amendola (knee) did not practice on Wednesday after sitting out the final quarter-plus of Monday night's win over the Bills.
|Nov 26 2015 - Matthew Slater|
WR Matthew Slater was absent from practice on Wednesday, though it was not injury related. Slater's wife has been expecting the couple's first baby.
|Nov 26 2015 - Michael Williams|
TE Michael Williams (knee) was added to the injury report after he was limited on Wednesday.
|Nov 26 2015 - Sebastian Vollmer|
T Sebastian Vollmer (concussion) was again listed as limited in practice despite returning to action Monday night after missing one game.
|Nov 26 2015 - Shaquille Mason|
OL Shaq Mason (knee) continues to be limited in practice, though he's returned to his normal game action the last couple weeks.
|Nov 26 2015 - Keshawn Martin|
WR Keshawn Martin (hamstring) was once again limited in practice, having been inactive the last five games.
|Nov 26 2015 - Chandler Jones|
DE Chandler Jones (abdominal) was again limited in practice, though he saw his usual action on Monday night.
|Nov 26 2015 - Tre' Jackson|
OL Tre' Jackson (knee) was limited in practice, having missed the last three games to the injury.
|Nov 26 2015 - Marcus Cannon|
OL Marcus Cannon (toe) was again limited in practice despite returning to the starting lineup last Monday night and playing the entire game against Buffalo.
|Nov 26 2015 - Alan Branch|
DL Alan Branch (elbow) was once again limited in practice though he played his usual snaps in Monday night's win over Buffalo.
|Nov 26 2015 - Aaron Dobson|
WR Aaron Dobson (ankle) did not practice after being carted off in the first half of Monday night's win over the Bills.
|Nov 26 2015 - Jamie Collins|
LB Jamie Collins (illness) was once again absent from the practice field after missing three games to the unspecified issue.
|Nov 26 2015 - Chris Jones|
DL Chris Jones (foot) was not activated from PUP by the deadline to do so this week (Tuesday), meaning he will stay on reserve/PUP for the remainder of 2015.
|Nov 26 2015 - Dane Fletcher|
LB Dane Fletcher (knee) was not activated from PUP Tuesday (Nov. 24), therefore the linebacker will remain on reserve/PUP for the remainder of the season.
|Nov 25 2015 - Sealver Siliga|
DL Sealver Siliga was a healthy scratch against the Bills, missing his first game of the season. The veteran run stuffer had started four of the first nine games, but has been seeing shrinking rotational playing time over the last month.
|Nov 25 2015 - Jamie Collins|
LB Jamie Collins (illness) was inactive for the third straight game. Collins has not practiced since prior to the Nov. 8 game against Washington. He's reportedly trying to regain weight and strength that he lost while battling an unspecified virus.
|Nov 25 2015 - Aaron Dobson|
WR Aaron Dobson (foot/ankle) was helped off the field by New England medical staff in the first half of Monday night's win. The third-year receiver was then carted from the bench area to the locker room and did not return. Reports indicated X-rays showed no broken bones, but that ligament damage would define the extent of the injury.
|Nov 25 2015 - Danny Amendola|
WR Danny Amendola limped off with a left knee injury in the third quarter of Monday night's win and did not return, though he remained standing on the sideline the rest of the night. The receiver, who had nine catches for 117 yards before leaving after fair catching a punt, was reportedly set to have an MRI on the knee on Tuesday, with results reportedly indicating a sprained knee and nothing more serious. It has been said he might play this week.
|Nov 24 2015 - Tom Brady|
QB Tom Brady improved his career record as a starter against the Buffalo Bills to 25-3 with Monday night's win. The 25 wins are the second most in NFL history by any quarterback against any team. Brett Favre's 26 victories against the Detroit Lions represents the NFL record. He has thrown 62 touchdown passes against Buffalo, also second most all time. Dan Marino had 72 against the New York Jets to set the record. Brady is also 41-12 in November, the fourth-best percentage (at least 20 starts).
|Nov 24 2015 - David Andrews|
C David Andrews had played every snap of the season because of injuries to the offensive front. Andrews was guilty of a penalty on the first series Monday night and was replaced by Bryan Stork, the center who missed the first seven games. Later, Stork moved to guard and Andrews came back into the game.
|Nov 24 2015 - Stephen Gostkowski|
K Stephen Gostkowski kicked a 35-yard field goal for the first points of the game, his 31st straight without a miss overall and his 52nd in a row at home. He then missed wide right on a 54-yarder to end the streaks before kicking another 35-yarder in the third quarter.
|Nov 24 2015 - James White|
RB James White scored the first two touchdowns of his NFL career in the win. He caught a 10-yard pass from Tom Brady at the 10, broke a Corey Graham tackle and scored in the first half. He also ran 6 yards for a score in the second. "Anything I can do to help this team win, I'm going to try and do it and it felt good to put some points on the board," he said.
|Nov 24 2015 - Danny Amendola|
WR Danny Amendola caught nine passes for 117 yards in his first game as the primary possession target with Julian Edelman gone with a broken foot. But the seventh 100-yard game of Amendola's career ended early when he left with a knee injury. He didn't leave the bench area but didn't return to the game. "We'll see what the situation is," said coach Bill Belichick, who also has to deal with an ankle injury to Aaron Dobson and was down to two wide receivers in the second half – and also lost Amendola from the punt return team.
|Nov 19 2015 - Sebastian Vollmer|
OL Sebastian Vollmer (concussion) was limited in practice on Thursday, though he's been cleared to return to the practice field after missing last week's workouts following the injury suffered Nov. 8 against Washington.
|Nov 19 2015 - Jamie Collins|
LB Jamie Collins (illness) did not practice. Collins has been dealing with a virus that's reportedly caused him to lose weight and strength. He's missed the last two games and a week-plus of practice to the issue.
|Nov 19 2015 - Chris Barker|
G Chris Barker, who was placed on waivers by the Patriots Tuesday, was re-signed by the Patriots to their practice squad Thursday (Nov. 19).
|Nov 19 2015 - Chris Greenwood|
CB Chris Greenwood, who was waived from reserve/injured with an injury settlement by the Ravens Sept. 1, was signed by the Patriots to their practice squad Wednesday (Nov. 18).
|Nov 18 2015 - Jamie Collins|
LB Jamie Collins (illness) was not on the practice field for the Patriots during the media viewing period on Wednesday. According to NFL Network, he is over the virus that has had him sidelined for more than a week, including two games, but is now trying to regain the weight and strength he lost to the illness, which caused him to struggle to eat at times. Reportedly the hope is that Collins can work back this week and have a chance to play next Monday night against the Bills.
|Nov 18 2015 - Brock Vereen|
S Brock Vereen signed with the New England practice squad Nov. 18. Vereen is the younger brother of former Patriots and current Giants running back Shane Vereen. The younger Vereen was a fourth-round pick with the Bears in 2014 out of Minnesota. The 5-11, 202-pounder played in all 16 games with four starts as a rookie and saw reserve action in the first three games this year before being released on Sept. 29.
|Nov 18 2015 - Joseph Fauria|
TE Joseph Fauria joined the Patriots practice squad Wednesday. The 6-foot-7, 262-pounder is the nephew of former New England tight end Christian Fauria, who is now a Boston sports radio host. The younger Fauria had eight touchdowns in two seasons with the Detroit Lions, including seven as a rookie out of UCLA in 2013.
|Nov 18 2015 - Sebastian Vollmer|
RT Sebastian Vollmer (concussion) was back on the practice field during media viewing portion of practice on Wednesday after missing the last week-plus to the injury. With the Patriots not playing until Monday night, New England will not issue an official practice report until Thursday.
|Nov 18 2015 - Danny Amendola|
WR Danny Amendola had 10 catches for 76 yards and an 82-yard punt return to play a key role in Sunday's comeback win at the New York Giants. He was the making key catches on New England's drive to a last-second field goal, including a fourth-down grab and another to set up the kick.
With Julian Edelman (foot) out of action, Amendola stepped up. He'll be expected to continue to do just that in the coming weeks and months while Edelman is sidelined.
"Danny is a really consistent guy," coach Bill Belichick said. "I think anybody in the program would speak to that. His work ethic, his toughness, his intelligence - he's ready to go every day and there are no days off for him. Every play for that matter - he works hard on every play.
"But I'd say it's pretty much as advertised. It's no different than what (coordinator) Josh (McDaniels) said from what it was in St. Louis and I'd say the first spring that he was here he stood out daily in the OTA work, whatever it was, whether it was short routes, deep routes, catching the ball, quickness, returns. He's really looked good since the day he's got here.
"Now he missed some time, but other than that, I'd say his overall play and performance ... He's made a lot of big plays for us in critical situations, very dependable guy, great hands. Buffalo two years ago, the catches he made in that game were remarkable."
|Nov 18 2015 - Chris Harper|
WR Chris Harper was signed by the Patriots from their practice squad Tuesday (Nov. 17).
|Nov 18 2015 - Chris Barker|
G Chris Barker was placed on waivers by the Patriots Tuesday (Nov. 17).
|Nov 17 2015 - Trey Flowers|
DL Trey Flowers was inactive yet again, the fourth-round rookie having now missed eight games.
|Nov 17 2015 - Keshawn Martin|
WR Keshawn Martin (hamstring) missed his fourth straight game, although he was limited in practice last week and the absence was likely not injury related.
|Nov 17 2015 - Tre' Jackson|
G Tre' Jackson (knee) missed his second straight game after sitting out practice last week due to the injury suffered Oct. 29 against Miami.
|Nov 17 2015 - Sebastian Vollmer|
T Sebastian Vollmer (concussion) was inactive against the Giants, missing last week's practice with the head injury suffered in the first half of the Nov. 8 win over Washington. With Vollmer sidelined, practice-squad call-up Cameron Fleming started his first career game at left tackle against the Giants and had an up and down performance.
|Nov 17 2015 - Marcus Cannon|
T Marcus Cannon (toe) missed his fourth straight game. The veteran has not practiced since suffering the injury on Oct. 18 in Indianapolis. With Cannon out again, C Bryan Stork had to man the right tackle spot for the banged up Patriots.
|Nov 17 2015 - Jamie Collins|
LB Jamie Collins (illness) missed his second straight game after failing to get on the practice field last week. New England missed its versatile linebacker as veteran fill-in Jonathan Freeny struggled in both coverage and his tackling against the Giants.
|Nov 17 2015 - Matthew Slater|
WR Matthew Slater suffered an apparent right shoulder injury in the first half against the Giants that required attention from the medical staff, but the Pro Bowl special teamer returned to the field and finished the game.
|Nov 17 2015 - Julian Edelman|
WR Julian Edelman (foot) left the first half of the win in New York and did not return. Edelman reportedly suffered a Jones fracture in his foot and will undergo surgery. It's a similar injury to what Dallas' Dez Bryant suffered earlier this year and has a general time frame of 6-8 weeks recovery.
|Nov 15 2015 - Julian Edelman|
WR Julian Edelman is headed to the sideline for at least several weeks after he was diagnosed with a broken left foot Sunday.
He left the game against the New York Giants with what FOX Sports reported was a "Jones fracture." According to ESPN.com, Edelman will undergo surgery, but his season might not be over.
The recovery time for his injury could be eight weeks or longer. The NFL regular season ends in seven weeks on Jan. 3. A first-round playoff bye would put the Patriots' postseason opener nine weeks away, the weekend of Jan. 16-17.
|Nov 15 2015 - Tom Brady|
QB Tom Brady's two touchdown passes extended his consecutive game streak in which he's thrown for at least two touchdowns to nine. Brady's personal best is 10 straight games with at least two touchdowns thrown, set in 2007 and in 2014.
|Nov 15 2015 - Rob Gronkowski|
TE Rob Gronkowski's fourth-quarter touchdown reception was his eighth this season and his 61st from quarterback Tom Brady since Gronkowski joined the Patriots in 2010 as a second-round draft pick (42nd overall). Gronkowski and Brady's 61 touchdown passes are the second most between a quarterback and tight end in NFL history, behind Philip Rivers and Antonio Gates of the Chargers, who began Week 10 with 74 touchdown receptions.
|Nov 15 2015 - Stephen Gostkowski|
PK Stephen Gostkowski's 31-yard field goal in the second quarter moved him into a tie with Adam Vinatieri for the most field goals in franchise history (263). Gostkowski, a fourth-round draft pick in 2006, has also scored at least one point in 132 games, a franchise record. He finished this week with two field goals, his second, a 54-yarder, being the game-winner.
|Nov 14 2015 - Chris Barker|
G Chris Barker was signed by the Patriots from their practice squad Saturday (Nov. 14).
|Nov 14 2015 - Brock Vereen|
S Brock Vereen had his practice-squad contract terminated by the Vikings Friday (Nov. 13).
|Nov 13 2015 - Keshawn Martin|
WR Keyshawn Martin (hamstring) was limited for the third straight day Friday and officially listed as questionable for Sunday.
|Nov 13 2015 - Julian Edelman|
WR Julian Edelman (knee) returned to full practice Friday and was listed as probable for the Patriots' game against the Giants.