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LB Brandon Spikes Returns to Practice, OL Marcus Cannon and WR Aaron Dobson Still Out

December 5th, 2013 at 3:40 PM
By Andrew Goldberg

As the New England Patriots continue to prepare for the Cleveland Browns Sunday, they took to the practice field. Returning to the field with the rest of the team is LB Brandon Spikes following an absence from Wednesday's practice due to a non-injury related reason. 

While Spikes returned, WR Aaron Dobson and OL Marcus Cannon missed their second straight day of practice. Dobson has been battling a foot injury since the Patriots played the Denver Broncos. Meanwhile, Cannon has been dealing with a right ankle injury which he also suffered against the Broncos.

Finally, WR Austin Collie was on the practice field after being freshly signed from free agency. He replaces the recently signed D.J. Williams who was stepping in at tight end for the injured Michael Hoomanawanui. The release of Williams may mean that Hoomanawanui is ready to return.  

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Tags: Aaron Dobson, Austin Collie, Brandon Spikes, D.J. Williams, Football, Marcus Cannon, New England, New England Patriots, NFL

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