FOXBORO, Mass. — It didn't look like Tom Brady's right foot was bothering him Sunday when he threw for 350 yards and accounted for four touchdowns in a 13-point victory against the Steelers. But that injured foot kept him out of practice for the second consecutive Wednesday.

Brady, defensive lineman Myron Pryor (back) and safety Jarrad Page (left calf) all missed Wednesday's session, which was the first of the week in preparation for the Colts. Right guard Stephen Neal (shoulder), running back Fred Taylor (toe) and cornerback Jonathan Wilhite (hip) were all limited. This is the first time Wilhite has appeared on the injury report with the hip issue.

It was just the second practice Brady has missed all season. He was also limited twice last week. Brady was asked about his status during a conference call Wednesday afternoon after practice.

"I'm doing well, and I'm looking forward to playing this weekend," Brady said.