Patriots Practice Report: Julian Edelman Participates Despite Concussion

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FOXBORO, Mass. — There’s still a chance that Julian Edelman could play Sunday against the New York Jets, despite suffering a concussion.

The New England Patriots wide receiver was present at practice Thursday, which means it’s unlikely that he suffered his concussion Wednesday during practice. Edelman was limited in the Patriots’ first practice session of the week with a thigh injury and a previously unreported concussion.

It’s unclear when Edelman suffered the head injury. He also participated in charity work with the Patriots on Tuesday.

All Patriots players were present and accounted for at practice Thursday. Practice-squad offensive lineman Caylin Hauptmann was back after missing Wednesday’s session. Newly acquired quarterback Garrett Gilbert and tight end Steve Maneri practiced for the second consecutive day.

Thumbnail photo via Stew Milne/USA TODAY Sports

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