Albert Haynesworth has returned to the practice field at New England Patriots training camp, but according to head coach Bill Belichick, he is still listed as day-to-day.
"He's been day-to-day," Belichick said following Saturday's walk-through. "He's still day-to-day. When he's ready, he'll be out there." (via WEEI)
Haynesworth was only watching practice form the sideline and did not have a helmet, according to WEEI. Haynesworth has not practiced for the Patriots since August 3, an in-stadium workout in front of season ticket holders.
In addition, WEEI reports that Shaun Ellis was back on the practice field as well and took part in walk-throughs. Ellis, who had a knee injury entering training camp, and had not officially practiced with the team until today.
Haynesworth is coming off of a lackluster 13-tackle, 2.5-sack season in which he played in eight games. Ellis played in 15 games last season with the New York Jets and recorded 26 tackles and 4.5 sacks.
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