New England Patriots Injury Update: Shane Vereen, Danny Woodhead Limited In Practice

The New England Patriots' injury report this week has been lengthy. Fourteen players were limited in practice on Wednesday. On Thursday, running backs Shane Vereen and Danny Woodhead joined the Pats' walking wounded (via WEEI.com).

OL Brian Waters (Knee) was still able to participate fully in practice on Thursday while LB Brandon Spikes (Knee) joined OT Sebastian Vollmer (Back, Foot) on the list of players who did not practice ahead of New England's matchup with the winless Indianapolis Colts.

Here is the complete list of the 16 Patriots who were limited in practice today:

S Pat Chung (Foot)
C Dan Connolly (Groin)
WR Julian Edelman (Back)
LB Dane Fletcher (Thumb)
LB Gary Guyton (Shoulder)
S James Ihedigbo (Shoulder)
OT Matt Light (Ankle)
CB Devin McCourty (Shoulder)
CB Antwaun Molden (Concussion)
WR Chad Ochocinco (Hamstring)
WR Taylor Price (Hamstring)
WR Matthew Slater (Shoulder)
RB Shane Vereen (Hamstring)
LB Brandon Spikes (Knee)
C Ryan Wendell (Calf)
RB Danny Woodhead (Abdomen)   

For more New England Patriots-Indianapolis Colts coverage, keep up with our storystream. For more Patriots coverage visit our team page and blog, Pats Pulpit.

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