FOXBORO, Mass. — Injuries prevented center/guard Ted Karras and defensive lineman Henry Anderson from participating in Tuesday’s New England Patriots practice.
Karras has not practiced since suffering an apparent knee injury last Friday, sitting out the last three days of training camp. Anderson went down with what appeared to be a chest/shoulder ailment late in Monday’s practice.
Both players are expected to contribute for the Patriots this season after signing during the offseason. Karras, who played for the Patriots from 2016 through 2019, projects as New England’s top interior offensive line reserve, while Anderson has the ability to play multiple spots along the D-line.
The following players also did not participate Tuesday:
Physically unable to perform list:
QB Jarrett Stidham
CB Stephon Gilmore
TE Dalton Keene
OLB Chase Winovich
LB Terez Hall
DT Byron Cowart
Non-football injury list:
LB Cameron McGrone
S Joshuah Bledsoe
TE Devin Asiasi
All nine of those players have yet to take the field in training camp, but most have been spotted at the team facility.
Linebacker Kyle Van Noy continued to practice in a red non-contact jersey.
Tuesday’s practice was the team’s first in full pads.