Devin McCourty Misses Second Practice With Shoulder Injury

FOXBORO, Mass. — Patriots cornerback Devin McCourty missed his second consecutive practice Thursday after suffering a shoulder injury during Sunday's victory against the Jets.

McCourty didn't participate in Wednesday's walkthrough or Thursday's session, which was held in sweats and shells. With the cold weather and rain in the forecast, the Patriots held practice inside the Dana-Farber Field House on Thursday. It's the second day in a row they've practiced in the bubble.

Linebackers Brandon Spikes (knee) and Dane Fletcher (thumb) also missed Thursday's practice.

Wide receiver Wes Welker was limited with a knee injury, which was not on last week's injury report. It's the third different injury he's had in the last three weeks, which have also included neck and rib ailments.

Cornerback Kyle Arrington (foot), safety Patrick Chung (foot), center Dan Connolly (groin), defensive end Shaun Ellis (rib), running back Kevin Faulk (knee), running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis (toe), linebacker Gary Guyton (shoulder), safety James Ihedigbo (shoulder), wide receiver Taylor Price (hamstring), wide receiver Matthew Slater (shoulder), tackle Nate Solder (concussion), tackle Sebastian Vollmer (back) and guard Brian Waters (knee) were also limited in Thursday's practice.

Aside from McCourty and Welker, Connolly, Ihedigbo, Slater and Waters have injuries that were not listed on last week's report.