Patriots Cornerback Kyle Arrington Did Not Practice Due to Concussion


FOXBORO, Mass. — Cornerback Kyle Arrington didn't practice Wednesday due to a concussion that he  suffered late in the Patriots' victory against the Chargers.

He was in good spirits in the locker room before practice, and he turned away a trainer in the locker room Sunday after the game. Though both are good signs for his health, there's no telling how long he'll miss with the concussion due to the sensitivity of the injury.

Safety Patrick Chung (hand), tight end Aaron Hernandez (knee), tackle Sebastian Vollmer (back) and defensive lineman Mike Wright (concussion) also missed Wednesday's practice.

Cornerback Ras-I Dowling (hip), tight end Dan Gronkowski (hamstring), linebacker Gary Guyton (hamstring), linebacker Jerod Mayo (thigh), punter Zoltan Mesko (left knee), wide receiver Taylor Price (hamstring) and offensive lineman Ryan Wendell (calf) were limited during practice.

Safety Josh Barrett (thumb), cornerback Leigh Bodden (hand) and linebacker Dane Fletcher (thumb) fully participated.

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