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Logan Mankins back at Patriots walk-through practice

Offensive guard Logan Mankins was able to participate in Wednesday's walk-through. He is attempting to return from an ankle injury.

Jim Rogash

New England Patriots offensive guard Logan Mankins participated in the team's indoor walk-through on Wednesday afternoon, according to a report by Mike Petragila of WEEI.com.

Mankins has missed several weeks worth of work due to an ankle injury. Originally sustained in the third quarter of New England's Week 10 victory against the Buffalo Bills when an opponent rolled on his ankle, the 30-year-old lineman has been unable to practice or play.

This is the second injury this season that has caused Mankins to miss time as he was battling a hip injury that surfaced prior to Week 3's meeting with the Baltimore Ravens. Despite appearing on the injury report, Mankins played in the game but was unable to play the following week against Buffalo.

Mankins has only been able to play in six of the Patriots' 12 games this season.

In addition to Mankins, defensive end Chandler Jones participated in Wednesday's walk-through. Jones is also attempting to return from an ankle injury.